GHSO, AAA & Franklin Police to Warn Drivers Not to Get “Nailed” This Summer

Monday, June 29, 2009 | 8:46am
Agencies Launch 100 Days of Summer Heat & Unveil New Enforcement Message
NASHVILLE – The Tennessee Governor’s Highway Safety Office will join AAA, Tennessee Department of Safety and the Franklin Police Department to launch the annual “100 Days of Summer Heat” enforcement blitz and will unveil a new summer enforcement message Wednesday, July 1 at 10:00 a.m. at the Franklin Police Department. 
Middle Tennesseans are already getting the message in a unique way as a number of “nailed” vehicles have been placed in high visibility locations. Vehicles with 10 foot nails driven through the hoods have been appearing in Middle Tennessee since June 22 in an effort to spread the word, “Drive Drunk, Get Nailed.”
WHO:                        Kendell Poole, Director, Governor’s Highway Safety Office
                                    Kevin Bakewell, President of AAA Auto Club South
                                    Don Lindsey, Director, AAA East Tennessee Public Relations
                                    Colonel Mike Walker, Tennessee Highway Patrol
                                    Police Chief Jackie Moore, Franklin Police Department
WHAT:                       100 Days of Summer Heat and “Drive Drunk, Get Nailed” Campaign Launch
WHEN:                      Wednesday, July 1, 2009
                                    10:00 A.M. CDT
WHERE:                    Franklin Police Department
                                    109 2nd Avenue South
                                    Franklin, Tennessee 37064

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