Jun 18, 2012 - WESTCAN BULK TRANSPORT TEAMS UP WITH MADD CANADA TO ALERT MOTORISTS ABOUT DANGERS OF IMPAIRED DRIVING

The sight of Westcan trucks travelling roads and highways is nothing new to people in Western Canada, the Yukon and the Northwest Territories, but many of the trailers will soon be sporting a unique and powerful message to engage motorists in the ongoing effort to end impaired driving.

Alberta's Minister of Transportation Ric McIver, RCMP Superintendent Howard Eaton, Edmonton Police Acting Superintendent Kevin Galvin and Alberta Motor Transport Association Executive Director Don Wilson will join MADD Canada and RTL-Westcan Group of Companies to unveil this new road safety initiative on June 21.

Media are invited to attend the event and photo opportunity


Date & Time:  Thursday, June 21 at 9 a.m.

Location:       RTL-Westcan Group of Companies Head Office
                       12110 - 17th Street NE, Edmonton, AB T6S 1A5

Special Guests:

  • The Honourable Ric McIver, Minister of Transportation, Alberta
  • Superintendent Howard Eaton, RCMP Traffic Services, Alberta
  • Acting Superintendent Kevin Galvin, Edmonton Police Service
  • Don Wilson, Executive Director, Alberta Motor Transport Association
  • Tom Kenny, Chief Executive Officer, RTL-Westcan Group of Companies
  • Denise Dubyk, National President MADD Canada
  • Louise Knox, Chapter Services Manager - Western Region, MADD Canada

 

Source: Marketwire

 

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