Lettering Delights Releases Free Red Ribbon Alphabet to Promote Awareness of Drunk Driving

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Drunk driving leads to many injuries, accidents and deaths each year. To support awareness of drunk driving during the holidays, Lettering Delights is offering its Red Ribbon alphabet for free download. The red ribbon has stood as a symbol against drunk driving for two decades.

To support awareness of drunk driving during the holidays, Lettering Delights is offering its Red Ribbon alphabet for free download. The alphabet can be used to create fliers, signs, newsletters, cards, scrapbook pages and so on.

Drunk driving leads to many accidents, injuries and deaths each year. During the holidays, drunk driving is more common. The red ribbon, adopted by Mother's Against Drunk Driving (MADD) to generate public awareness, has stood as a symbol against drunk driving for two decades.

Motorists are encouraged to tie a ribbon to their vehicles as a pledge to drive sober. In addition, the red ribbon encourages drivers and passengers to wear seat belts, which can help saves lives in crashes caused by drunk drivers.

"We would like to remind everyone to please do their part to help keep our roads safe, especially during this special time of year," said Mark Seastrand, CEO of Lettering Delights.

To download the Red Ribbon alphabet, visit http://www.LetteringDelights.com.

The high resolution alphabet is available for Windows and Macintosh. Visitors can also download the Creative Delights Companion software program, which makes it easy to use the alphabet for those who are not proficient in graphic design programs.

For more information about drunk driving and how to support campaigns against drunk driving, Lettering Delights encourages individuals to visit MADD at http://www.madd.org.

About Lettering Delights

Lettering Delights offers thousands of creative products at a great value. The huge selection includes scrapbooking fonts, colorful alphabets, printable designs and the free Creative Delights Companion software program. Visit them online at http://www.LetteringDelights.com.

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