Alfred State College’s Division of Student Affairs will host the National Save a Life Tour on Tuesday, Sept. 29, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. in the Orvis gym on the Alfred campus.
This event takes a new approach to drinking and driving awareness through simulated driving experiences tracking students’ traffic-law-errors as the “car” becomes more and more impaired. Additionally, large graphic posters and videos shown on large-screen monitors illustrate—with no sugar-coating—the results of driving-while-impaired accidents. Facilitators narrate, for onlookers, the driver’s progress during the simulation. A full-size casket drives the point home.
This tour has earned national acclaim from colleges, universities, high schools, and military events nationwide.
For a sneak preview, go to http://savealifetour.net/.