Honorable Senator Bill Seitz’s Endorsement
We were very delighted to receive Honorable Senator Bill Seitz’s endorsement and commendation letter. He joined with his colleague Senator Jim Hughes (R-Columbus) to introduce legislation aimed at improving the safety of Ohio’s roadways by increasing penalties for driving while distracted. “In this day and age, distracted driving is a problem that we cannot wait any longer to address,” said Seitz. “Too many innocent lives are lost from drivers not paying enough attention to the road. This legislation is an important step toward making our roads safer for everyone.”
City of Mason, Ohio
Alec Gibbs (Left) and Art Kumthekar (Right) presenting Safe Teen Driver Program to Mayor and the City Council.
On Feb 9, 2015 we presented the Safe Teen Drive program to the Honorable Mayor David Nichols and the Mason City
Council. At the end of Mayor said, “This is fantastic, and I mean it”. He and rest of the City Council pledged to NOT Text and Drive and spread the word to make Ohio roads safer.
Video link to the presentation (http://icrctv.net/video/mason-city-council-2915)
City of Montgomery, Ohio
On June 3, 2015 Art Kumthekar and his team presented the Safe Teen Driver program to the Honorable Mayor Todd Steinbrink and the Montgomery City Council. The Mayor and the Council Members were very supportive of the Safe Teen Driver program. Council Member Craig Margolis said, “You have made a very compelling case. Teens are more likely to listen from their peers rather than parents. This is very impactful.
City of Loveland, Ohio
On April 28th, 2015 we presented the Safe Teen Drive program to the Honorable Mayor Linda Cox and the Loveland City Council. Mayor Cox and rest of the City Council pledged to NOT Text and Drive and spread the word to make Ohio roads safer.
Community Event, Loveland High School
People pledging the NOT Text & Drive at a community event in Loveland High School in Loveland Ohio on Feb 14, 2015