"Green Ribbon" Campaign Reminds Teens About Safe Driving

by Deirdre Blake posted May 8 2012 5:36PM
The "Green Ribbon Campaign" is being sponsored by members of the Youth of Virginia Speak Out About Traffic Safety at Culpeper County and Eastern View high schools. 
Corey Beyers with the Culpeper Sheriff's Office says it designed to remind teens that summer can be a dangerous time for young drivers. Area teens are asked to tie a green ribbon to their antenna. The ribbon acts as a way to remind young people to adhere to state nighttime driving curfews, to not text and drive and to avoiding drinking and driving.
The campaign is part of the ongoing National Youth Traffic Safety Month, which runs through May 18th.
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05/08/2012 5:36PM
"Green Ribbon" Campaign Reminds Teens About Safe Driving
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