For Immediate Release
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Lori Burke | 239.791.7560 | email@example.com
WHAT’S YOUR NUMBER?
MADD SOUTHWEST FLORIDA HAS THE ANSWER
Mothers Against Drunk Driving of Southwest Florida announces a new “What’s Your Number?” campaign related to it’s signature fundraiser, Walk Like MADD & 5K, on September 29, 2018 presented by Goldstein, Buckley, Cechman, Rice and Purtz P.A.
The “What’s Your Number?” campaign centers around a custom race bib for its USA Track & Field certified 5K which ends on the jetBlue Park MLB field at home plate. The race bibs are courtesy of Domino’s Pizza in South Fort Myers and Kari Kardio in Fort Myers. The local businesses got involved with MADD Southwest Florida because they understand that safe roads and a reduction in drunk driving directly impacts our local economy.
“We are super excited that our runners will have custom bibs. Our 5K Chair, Tom Marquardt, a local entrepreneur and business owner as well as an avid runner, designed the bibs”, states Lori Burke, MADD SWFL Director.
Runners’ race bib numbers will be used to not only time their run for the coveted place medals; they will also be used to win one of four prizes courtesy of Fleet Feet of Fort Myers. The prizes are two Garmin watches and two pairs of Brooks running shoes.
MADD Southwest Florida is a nonprofit dedicated to the people who live in and visit our beautiful community. We are a dedicated team of volunteers and staff focused on ensuring our roads are safe; and families, friends and visitors are protected from substance-impaired driving and underage drinking. We collaborate with other committed local community, government and nonprofit partners to accomplish our mission.
NATIONALLY – WHO IS MADD?
FOUNDED BY A MOTHER whose daughter was killed by a drunk driver, MADD is the nation’s largest nonprofit working to protect families from impaired driving and underage drinking. As one of the largest victim services organizations in the U.S., MADD served more than 63,000 victims last year at no charge, servicing on person every eight minutes.