TMA Bucks announced that it will distribute “Don’t Drink and Drive” drink coasters through its Community Traffic Safety Program to restaurants, bars, breweries and wineries throughout Bucks County to serve as a reminder to never drive impaired.
TMA Bucks made the announcement on May 23 at a PennDOT media event at the Newtown Township Police Department to discuss traffic safety initiatives and tips to remain safe during the Memorial Day holiday and summer travel season. TMA was joined by Bucks County District Attorney Matt Weintraub, Newtown Township Police Department, Pennsylvania State Police and AAA.
TMA hopes these coasters serve as an important warning to never drive drunk or impaired.
“We really feel that these coasters can serve as a simple reminder for people out enjoying themselves throughout Bucks County to keep traffic safety at the top of their minds when getting behind the wheel,” said TMA Bucks Community Traffic Safety Program manager Carly Mannon. “We want people to remember that buzzed driving is drunk driving. Even a small amount of alcohol can affect a person quickly. If you have to do something to make yourself okay to drive, you’re not okay to drive.”
Restaurants, bars, breweries and wineries located in Bucks County can request coasters at tmabucks.com