|Company:||Mothers Against Drunk Driving|
Some of the most dangerous days of the year on the nation’s roadways are between Thanksgiving and New Year’s Day. That is why every holiday season MADD asks the public to display a MADD red ribbon in a visible location to remind others to always designate a non-drinking driver. Started in 1986, Tie One On For Safety® is MADD’s longest running and most visible public awareness project. The name comes from the phrase “tie one on,” which is slang for drinking alcohol. But at MADD they use the phrase to remind everyone that drinking and driving don’t mix.
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