Monthly Archives: May 2018

In 2010, Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD) and the National Football League (NFL) joined forces to collaborate on player and employee programs, game day initiatives, community relations, and awareness programs to promote MADD’s efforts to prevent drunk driving.   Across...
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In partnership with the AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety, Mothers Against Drunk Driving – Georgia (MADD Georgia) visited high schools across the state from Powder Springs to Savannah to share the dangers of drinking and driving. As a Statewide Sponsor...
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Crash Anniversary: February 16, 2013 College student Emily Bowman was visiting friends in Athens, Georgia on February 16, 2013 when a senseless, preventable crash upended her life. Struck from behind as a pedestrian by a pickup truck, she was left...
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11Alive’s “Why Guy” Jerry Carnes investigates questions viewers have about their local communities as part of 11Alive’s commitment to keep viewers fully informed. One viewer recently e-mailed 11Alive Why Guy Jerry Carnes to inquire about Atlanta’s ban on happy hour...
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The MADD Georgia Walk Committee is pleased to launch the 2018 Mercedes-Benz Stadium 5K/Walk Like MADD to be held on September 15th, 2018 at 7:30am at Mercedes-Benz Stadium. REGISTER HERE Last year’s event drew a record 8,535 registrants and raised...
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11Alive Investigative Reporter Rebecca Lindstrom has been following a story featuring a Fulton County State Magistrate Court judge that dismissed 27 DUI-related cases in just one day on December 12, 2017. A jury never heard any of the evidence in...
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MADD Georgia will begin hosting monthly support groups in Savannah and Effingham County in Coastal Georgia starting June 2018. Please see below for dates and exact locations. Contact Shermaine Johnson, MADD Georgia Victim Services Specialist, at 770-615-3737 ext. 7377 or...
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