To: Ric Cantrell,
Subject: RE: Media Advisory: Senator Osmond and N.O.D.D. host "Wake Up Stop" on I-80
Date: Fri Sep 27 18:23:01 MDT 2013
I’ve been told that handing out treats, drinks and literature can help prevent drowsy reporting up in the gallery. Just thinking about the public good here.
September 27th, 2013
Utah State Senator, District 10
Senate Legislative Assistant
SENATOR OSMOND AND N.O.D.D. HOST NO DROWSY DRIVING AWARENESS EVENT, UNVEIL LEGISLATION
WHO: Senator Aaron Osmond, Lorri Henseler ofNODD (No Drowsy Driving) and drivers on I-80.
WHAT: Senator Osmond and the No Drowsy Driving organization will be hosting a "Wake Up Stop" to create awareness of the seriousness of drowsy driving and to encourage drivers to stay awake and alert. They will hand out treats, drinks, and literature about drowsy driving. During the 2014 Legislative Session, Senator Aaron Osmond will sponsor legislation to set aside the 3rd calendar week of every September as Utah Drowsy Driving Awareness Week.
WHEN: Saturday, September 28th, from 12 p.m. to 4 p.m.
WHERE: I-80'sGrassy Mountain Rest Area, at Mile Post 54, Eastbound.
1. NODD's Facebook information page is
2. The Grassy Mountain rest area is located on I-80 southwest of the Great Salt Lake, at mile post 54. This is the only rest area facility between the Salt Lake urban area and the Salt Flats rest areas near the Utah/Nevada border. More information at the UDOT link here:
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