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A statewide public safety campaign on the dangers of drowsy driving.
"Live to See Tennessee - Don't Drive Drowsy" is a statewide public safety awareness campaign on the dangers of drowsy driving. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reported in 2013 that an estimated 15-33 percent of fatal crashes might involve drowsy drivers. Dr. Mark Rosekind, noted sleep scientist and now a member of the National Transportation Safety Board, warns about the dangers of drowsy driving, and the need for more public awareness. For more information regarding this campaign, you may read more about it on the Department of Safety & Homeland Security's website.
To learn more about drowsy driving, or to schedule a presentation in your high school, feel free to email firstname.lastname@example.org
1. Contact Mr. Gene Turney via the following contact information to request a Drowsy Driving presentation at your high school.
2. Host an event at your school.
To get your points:
1. Take photos and videos during your Drowsy Driving presentation.
2. Click "Submit Your Points."
3. Enter the name of the submitter and select the activity completed, the county, and school.
4. Upload your photo/video footage and a brief description of the activity (including the date of completion and any people pictured in the photo).
**Note -- Points for all award levels will be counted instantaneously, but the Silver Award will not be granted until a participating school has earned the Bronze Award!**