Want your teen to be a safer, more aware driver? This spring, the public is invited to attend Survive the Drive’s Teen Driver Safety presentation hosted by Grand Prix New York.
“Recreational karting facilities have a vested interest in promoting teen driver safety,” said driver safety expert, Bob Green. “Kart racing can be enjoyable, challenging and fun, but driving on the public roads is serious business.”
Bob Green, Survive the Drive President and Executive Director, will be offering an interactive and highly energetic presentation addressing the distractions that affect teens today. Anyone who feels they could use a lesson in distracted driving – teens, parents, grandparents – is encouraged to attend.
“Drivers have always had distractions. Now, the distractions are more pervasive and intrusive. Lives can change in a heartbeat; the slightest error can be tragic,” Green said.
The program, which will include refreshments and an onsite tour, will be held at Grand Prix New York at 333 North Bedford Road in Mount Kisco, NY on March 26th from 6-8pm with a $10 donation per person. Hands-on teen driving schools Drive Safer, Drive In Control, and Skip Barber Racing School have donated gift certificates to be awarded to one winner at each event location.
Survive the Drive motivates and informs novice drivers, through comprehensive educational presentations, to understand their own vulnerability and imprint safe driving attitudes, behaviors and techniques.
Register for upcoming events online at www.survivethedrive.org.
About Survive the Drive:
Survive the Drive is an independent, not for profit, 501c3 educational organization that provides risk awareness and safe driving presentations to high schools and community groups. For more information or to book a presentation, please contact Lori Zaharek, at 860-671-1430, email@example.com.
About Grand Prix New York:
Grand Prix New York Racing (GPNY) is the only large indoor racing, social entertainment, and corporate event venue in the New York City-metro area. Centrally located in the village of Mount Kisco, New York, GPNY is a unique 118,000-square-foot facility that offers a quarter-mile-long, state-of-the-art racetrack for all ages; Spins Bowl, a 19-lane bowling center and special events space, the Art Garage, a visual arts studio for children, teens and adults; the Sim Room, a one-of-a-kind simulated driving experience powered by iRacing, Slot Car Racing, Fuel restaurant and bar, with award-winning catering; arcade, carnival room, banquet facility, conference rooms, and more. GPNY is actively involved in community outreach and fundraising efforts. Since its inception in 2008, GPNY has raised hundreds of thousands of dollars for local charities by hosting high-profile fundraising events. For more information about GPNY, visit their website at www.gpny.com.