A Message From Our CEO

Arrive Alive Tour - Utica College 2My name is Patrick DeGrasse and I am the CEO of UNITE Corporation. We are the developers of The Arrive Alive Tour; the #1 ranked texting and drunk driving simulator in the Nation. We have been in this industry for over 15 years and have over 200 years of collective experience in our respective fields of expertise. I founded this organization because I have been affected personally, through my family, by many of the issues that we address nationally. Our mission is to educate everyone that we meet about these dangers so that their families do not have to experience the horrific tragedies my family has seen. We are a technology company at our base, but one with a strong feeling of social responsibility. We have played a major role in the education of people all over the United States about the dangers of distracted driving; which has led to the modification of driving laws in Florida, Georgia, Texas, New York, and California.  

While we have had great success with our program and our mission with The Arrive Alive Tour, that is not all that we do at UNITE. We have also been at the heart of the technology design, development, branding, and logistics behind numerous nationwide activation-based tours. From interactive simulations to custom Augmented Reality applications and beyond, UNITE has experience being the conduit for our customer’s message.

Our clients include State Farm, Farmers Insurance, Geico, Boeing, Dow, GE, Army, Navy, Air Force, Coast Guard, Marines, Federal Reserve Bank, Governor’s Office of Highway Transportation and Safety, GOHS, Virginia State Police, TxDOT, MoDOT, Illinois Liquor Control Commission, NASA, AAA, Dallas Mavericks, OKC Thunder, BASF, Nucor, ExxonMobil, ConocoPhillips, Pioneer Natural Resources, Sinclair Broadcasting Group and various other corporate clients, high school and college campuses throughout the country. We currently execute 650+ events annually across both the United States and Canada.

I look forward to hearing from you and how we might be able to work together to educate our nation’s drivers to make our roads a safer place.


Patrick DeGrasse