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FMU to host National Arrive Alive Tour

FLORENCE – Francis Marion University students will learn the harsh reality of driving under the influence or texting while driving when they participate in a simulated driving experience on campus Thursday, March 10.  

The National Arrive Alive Tour will take place on the UC lawn from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Sponsored by the FMU Student Government Association and the University Programming Board, the program is the #1 ranked Distracted Driving Prevention Program in the country and utilizes a high tech simulator, impact video, and other resources in efforts to educate students about texting while driving.  

The program is a production of UNITE, the #1 Health and Wellness Organization in the Nation.  UNITE visits school campuses of all levels and designs programs intended to heighten awareness to dangers and consequences of drunk and distracted driving.  


Last Published: March 11, 2011 9:10 AM
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