The Arrive Alive Tour recently brought their distracted driving simulator to Bottle Hill Day in Madison, New Jersey, thanks to the Madison Alliance Addressing Substance Abuse. The event was a big success, as the streets were lined up with people enjoy the festivities and learning more about the dangers of texting while driving.
For the festival, “at least 10,000 people gathered downtown on Saturday, 10 a.m. to 5 pm., for Bottle Hill Day, an annual street festival featuring more than 200 vendors, a full lineup of food trucks, live music performances and a plethora of activities for all ages.”
Lisa Ellis, who celebrated her ninth year as Bottle Hill Day’s primary organizer, said, “The appeal is that there’s a little bit of something for everybody.”
One of the events for Bottle Hill Day happened to be the Arrive Alive Tour, which allowed participants to learn about the dangers of distracted driving with a hands-on experience. The Arrive Alive Tour was sponsored by the Madison Alliance Addressing Substance Abuse, which also handed out information about opioid addiction and treatment, how to safely store and dispose of prescription pain medicine and the dangers of underage drinking.
For more information on Bottle Hill Day and Arrive Alive Tour making a stop there, read the full article at TAPinto.
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