Dozens of APSU students assembled in the Morgan Center Ball Room for Think Fast Interactive, a game show like experience that gives teams a chance to win prizes while learning about driver safety.
Lisa McClain, Administrator, Montgomery County Driver Safety talked about the APSU event which was hosted by the Montgomery County Traffic Safety Task Force, APSU Police, and Chi Omega Sorority, and sponsored by Nissan America and the Tennessee Highway Safety Office.
“This is our second event at APSU and we are planning another one for this fall,” McClain said. “Tonight's program features a D.J. and a host who use trivia, current events, and music to engage the crowd while giving them information on things like distracted driving, impaired driving, and seat-belt safety. It's really a fun way to learn.”
Distracted driving is a major problem across the country right now, and texting while driving is the #1 distraction.
“We are going into the schools to get that message out,” McClain said. “We are hoping to share this information with all APSU students, and we look forward to working with fraternities and sororities to make that possible.
“We're also in local high schools. In April, we will be at CHS, and Kenwood High School.”
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