Celebrate Safely on Super Bowl Sunday

McDivitt Law Firm is offering a special evening of its Safe Ride Home Program in Colorado Springs and Pueblo on Super Bowl Sunday.

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Colorado Springs, Colo. (PRWEB) February 02, 2014

Many of us in Southern Colorado are thrilled to see our Broncos in this year’s Super Bowl, but McDivitt Law Firm wants to make sure our streets are safe on Sunday, so its picking up the tab on cab rides for those out watching the game in Colorado Springs and Pueblo on the evening of the Super Bowl. It’s part of McDivitt Makes a Difference, an initiative aimed at increasing education and safety in our community. The Safe Ride Home program is through Yellow Cab in Colorado Springs and City Cab in Pueblo, and will be offered between 5:00pm to midnight on February 2nd, 2014. "As a lifelong Broncos fan, an occasion like this is worth celebrating," said attorney David McDivitt, COO of McDivitt Law Firm. "But, as always, we want people to be smart and celebrate safely."

McDivitt launched the Safe Ride Home program in 2007 and has given more than 17,500 rides home to residents of Southern Colorado since it began. The firm will pick up the cost for any Yellow Cab or City Cab ride, as long as the passengers are headed home – the free ride is not available from the pick-up location to another drinking establishment. (See below for all the guidelines).

It’s on McDivitt!
For a free Safe Ride Home, call one of the following cab companies and tell them your ride home is on McDivitt Law Firm:

  • Colorado Springs
Call Yellow Cab of Colorado Springs at (719) 777-7777

  • Pueblo & Pueblo West
Call City Cab of Pueblo at (719) 543-2525

Guidelines for a Free Ride Home
The Safe Ride Home program is for adults who have been drinking or who don’t have another safe way home. Rides are provided to an individual’s residence—not to other drinking locations. Due to the anticipated high number of ride requests on Super Bowl Sunday, rides cannot be guaranteed for everyone who calls; however, every attempt will be made to accommodate all requests. Drivers have the right to use their discretion when accepting fares. Patrons are reminded to tip their drivers accordingly.

McDivitt Wants Everyone to Get Home Safely
The professionals at McDivitt Law Firm work with clients who have been injured or lost loved ones in alcohol-related crashes. To assist in the fight against drunk driving, the firm encourages individuals to make responsible choices by providing free cab rides on St. Patrick’s Day, Cinco de Mayo, Halloween, and New Year’s Eve. This year McDivitt is running the program on an additional night for Super Bowl Sunday.

McDivitt Law Firm’s Safe Ride Home program continues to receive recognition from the community. In January 2012, U.S. Army Major General Joseph Anderson presented a certificate of recognition to the law firm. In September 2010, the firm was honored by the Pikes Peak DUI Task Force for its efforts to prevent drunk driving.

McDivitt Makes A Difference
Whether McDivitt Law Firm pays for safe cab rides home, sponsors local education programs, or supports area charities, the law firm is committed to helping others. That’s why it created McDivitt Makes A Difference—a year‐round program that encompasses all of its community efforts. To learn more, visit http://www.McDivittMakesADifference.com.

About McDivitt Law Firm
McDivitt Law Firm is a Colorado-based law firm that has been providing legal representation to injured victims and their families throughout the state of Colorado for the past 40 years. Founded by Mike and Karen McDivitt, McDivitt Law Firm has an experienced team of lawyers, paralegals, and support staff who provide their clients with caring and thorough legal service. Visit http://www.McDivittLaw.com to learn more.


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