Did you know that car crashes are the number one youth killer in the United States, with 390,000+ Americans injured or killed in distracted driving accidents each year? To raise awareness of this critical issue, the Chaffin Luhana Foundation is teaming up with five-time Paralympic medalist Stephani Victor to launch the Foundation’s first CLF DRiver AWareness (“DRAW”) Challenge.
To raise awareness of this critical issue and kick start its mission to drive down these staggering numbers, the Chaffin Luhana Foundation is teaming up with five time Paralympic Medalist Stephani Victor to announce the launch of the Foundation’s First CLF Drive Awareness (“DRAW”) /Challenge.
The foundation is a national organization funded by law partners Eric Chaffin and Roopal Luhana, who have dedicated their practice and philanthropy to Doing Good by Doing Right.
The DRAW Challenge is designed to empower high school students to develop an effective, new message and awareness campaign that supports one of the Foundation’s missions – to drive down the staggering number of distracted driving accidents in the United States. Students, individually, or in groups of two, along with an adult mentor, are encouraged to submit a video (up to 90 seconds long), that offers real-world solutions to combat distracted driving either locally or nationwide. The submission will be judged initially by social media voting, and then ultimately by a panel of nationally recognized judges and stakeholders. The winners – The 2015 CLF DRAW Challenge Scholars will be announced in February 2015.
To finish reading the Chaffin Luhana Foundation DRiver AWareness Challenge official press release, click here. Also visit the official Challenge page http://www.ohiovalleypilawyers.com/contest/ that includes the contest participants “Entry” point and all additional information about the challenge.
We hope as many students participate as possible, so help us spread the word about this contest so we can see what kind of distracted driving solutions our younger generation and students can come up with. Good Luck!!!