Drive to Stay Alive partners with KRAZE 101-3 in Central Alberta
Drive to Stay Alive is very pleased to announce a new partnership with Central Alberta based radio station KRAZE 101-3. KRAZE 101-3 is the media sponsor of Drive to Stay Alive in Central Alberta and a community leader promoting safe and attentive driving habits. The partnership with KRAZE 101-3 includes a promotional campaign to maximize exposure of Drive to Stay Alive employing on-air messages, social media, website and in-person support. The KRAZE 101-3 team will be attending numerous Drive to Stay Alive events throughout Central Alberta to help entertain the students and share messages about the importance of attentive driving. The involvement of the KRAZE 101-3 team adds further support to the already well-established show that Thompson and his team put on at their events.
“I couldn’t be happier to partner with the #1 rated radio station in Central Alberta. KRAZE 101-3 is not only an excellent radio station; they are a great group of people. I truly believe that with KRAZE’s help, we can put a serious dent in distracted driving here in Central Alberta for all ages. I can’t thank everyone at KRAZE 101-3 enough for the support they are giving Drive to Stay Alive, and I am very excited to see what the future has in store for this partnership!”
While his ultimate goal is to become a professional racecar driver, Parker’s message about the challenges and distractions drivers cope with everyday is something he is passionate about and will continue to promote in order to make a difference to the safety of our roads. Audiences relate to Parker’s youth and charismatic speaking style and the partnership with KRAZE 101-3 really extends the Drive to Stay Alive reach in Alberta. The end of November is a busy one for the Drive to Stay Alive crew; they will have 7 events across Alberta to complete. Stay tuned and follow along as Drive to Stay Alive could be coming to a School near you.
“KRAZE 101-3 is proud to partner with Parker Thompson and the great work he is doing to promote safe driving habits with the next generation of drivers. We have a great time with Parker and the students at schools throughout Central Alberta and look forward to more school presentations in 2016. Together, with Parker Thompson, we want to put the brakes on distracted driving!”
Make sure to tune into KRAZE 101-3 to hear the daily Drive to Stay Alive radio messages and future contest announcements to reward safe driving to listeners. Above all, please stay safe and attentive while behind the wheel and drive to stay alive!
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