Houston, TX (PRWEB) January 20, 2015
With all eyes on Nascar in February, Finish Alive Stop Texting is making strides to infiltrate into the racing world. The Texas non-profit program plans to initiate an anti-texting campaign to coincide with the start of the Nascar racing season in February.
In February, Finish Alive Stop Texting (FAST) will go full force with their marketing and branding for the anti-texting effort. FAST aims to eliminate texting and driving through public awareness. Their hope is that by making more people aware of the dangers of texting while driving, they can save countless lives.
FAST will also soon gain a new spokesman for the campaign. Emerging racer Erik Jones, two-time champion of the Snowball Derby, is anticipated to create quite a buzz for FAST. With the integration of Jones as their spokesman, FAST hopes that Nascar will begin to recognize them as a valuable philanthropy to become involved with.
FAST has recently achieved some exciting recognition. As of December 2014, Finish Alive Stop Texting has received official trademark.
FAST was created by Power to Kids, Inc., a Texas non-profit. For more information about the program, visit their website at http://finishalivestoptexting.org/.
About the company:
Power to Kids, Inc., a Texas non-profit corporation, created the FinishAliveStopTexting (F.A.S.T.) program in order to stop texting while driving and support the victims of distracted driving. Through a national public awareness campaign, the program aims to change drivers’ habits, working to stop texting and driving and save lives. F.A.S.T. works to eliminate traffic deaths caused by distracting driving by educating the public on the dangers of texting while driving. Every day, nine people are killed in the U.S. as a result of distracted driving. For more information about Power to Kids, Inc. and the FinishAliveStopTexting program, visit http://finishalivestoptexting.org/.