The Road to Safety Program continues to grow with two more fantastic sponsors jumping on board!
Shane's Rib Shack has generously offered to donate catering for the participants, parents, sponsors, judges, and invited guests before the event starts. In addition, Music Matters in Milton is also participating; plus two bands in association with the company will be opening the event at Alpharetta High School.
A special Guest of Honor will announce the winners and hand out the awards to the students.
Community leaders have been invited to the event which include city mayors, council members and local area Georgia Legislative members. The Road To Safety program appreciates their willingness to step forward in helping raise awareness for safe driving for our young people.
To give you a sneak at how the evening will flow, the event will open with great band performances followed by a half hour or so to premiere all the videos submitted. This fantastic night will end with the annnouncement of the winners and awarding prizes.
This is turning out to be a fun informative event. We encourage students from each school to make the drive to Alpharetta HS to come and see what this is all about.
Students from local high schools are encouraged to join us for a very exciting and informative evening. There is no fee involved.
Other local sponsors of this program are: Bloor Dentistry, Leslie Harper, Realtor - BHG Metro Brokers, Johns Creek Driving School and Drive Smart Georgia. If you are interested in making a donation or becoming a sponsor of this event please email Access Milton for more information.
The Road to Safety Program was established in 2010 and is fully supported by the Fulton County Board of Education. The RTS Program is a 100% non profitable program and all donations and proceeds go to the students.
The student video entry deadline is January 23rd and the Awards Event and Video Premiere is February 1st, Wednesday, from 6-8 pm at Alpharetta High School Auditorium.