Department of Safety and Homeland Security Partners with MADD to recognize law enforcement, and honor families who have lost loved ones to impaired drivers
NASHVILLE– Mothers Against Drunk Driving® (MADD) Tennessee will host a Night of Remembrance, Thursday, December 8 to honor those who have been killed or injured in drunk and drugged driving crashes, and as a result of underage drinking consequences, as well as anyone who has been emotionally devastated by these violent and preventable crimes.
MADD will be recognizing key volunteers, partners and sponsors for their support in achieving the MADD mission together. MADD will also recognize law enforcement for their efforts in enforcing DUI laws and arresting DUI offenders. A press event and memorial dinner will take place at the Millennium Maxwell House Hotel to raise awareness about MADD victim services, and to let victims know they always have a place at MADD.
• Commissioner David W. Purkey, Tennessee Department of Safety & Homeland Security;
• Chief Hughes, Chair of Tennessee Police Association;
• Director Vic Donoho, Tennessee Highway Safety Office;
• Tennessee District Attorney General’s Conference;
• Colleen Sheehey-Church, MADD National President.
WHAT: MADD Press Event
WHEN: December 8, 2016
WHERE: Millennium Maxwell House Hotel
2025 Rosa L Parks Boulevard
Nashville, TN 37228
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