The Tennessee Department of Transportation, the Governor’s Highway Safety Office, the Franklin Police Department and the Tennessee Highway Patrol will join the Tennessee Titans to share a unified message: Fans Don’t Let Fans Drive Drunk this Super Bowl Sunday. The event will take place Friday, January 30th at 10:00 a.m. at Franklin Police Headquarters.
They will be joined by Stephen and Kimberly Schlapman who lost their brother, Allen Schlapman, to a drunk driver in 2012. The Schlapman family donated the motorcycle Allen was riding when he was killed to the Students Against Destructive Decisions program and the Governor’s Highway Safety Office. The motorcycle will be on display at the event to remind Tennesseans of the consequences of drinking and driving.
Franklin Police will conduct a sobriety checkpoint in Allen’s honor
beginning at 11:00 p.m. on Franklin Road.
Director Kendell Poole, Governor’s Highway Safety Office; Stephen and Kimberly Schlapman, lost brother to drunk driver; Chief Deborah Faulkner, Franklin Police Department; Commissioner John Schroer, Tennessee Department of Transportation; Don MacLachlan, Tennessee Titans Executive Vice President of Administration & Facilities; Major James Hutcherson, Tennessee Highway Patrol
Sober Super Bowl Driving Event
Friday, January 30, 2015
10:00 a.m. CST
Franklin Police Headquarters
900 Columbia Avenue
Franklin, TN 37064
The preceding was published by the Tennessee Governor’s Highway Safety Office and posted/redistributed with permission by Franklin
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