End Texting and Driving, Save a Life, Dance the Wookiee

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The Coalition to End Distracted Driving has launched the End Text Wrecks “Pledge Wars” Campaign, with the goal of ending texting and driving deaths.

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Texting and driving is SIX TIMES more likely to cause an accident than drunk driving

The Coalition to End Distracted Driving has launched the End Text Wrecks “Pledge Wars” Campaign, with the goal of ending texting and driving deaths. To help further this cause, End Text Wrecks has produced a Star Wars Themed Public Service Announcement with the goal of encouraging the public to take the pledge to not text and drive by dancing “The Wookiee” and then challenging others to do the same.

Thus far, several “influencers” have taken the pledge to not text and drive, by dancing “The Wookiee,” including: Georgia Senator Michael Williams, Utah Attorney General Sean Reyes, Prominent Fashion Blogger, Rachel Parcells/Pink Peonies, The National Champion BYU Cougarettes and many more. The Utah Jazz and the LA Kings have also committed to participate.

View the Viral PSA Video: https://youtu.be/tNojOWXCrh8

The public can download the music and upload their “Pledge Wars” videos at http://endtextwrecks.org.

About EndTextWrecks.org
The Coalition to End Distracted Driving (DBA, EndTextWrecks.org) is a 501c3 non-profit. The Coalition's goal is to create awareness about the dangers of distracted driving and decrease and eventually stop texting and driving related accidents by inviting people to take the pledge to not text and drive.

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According the the FCC, 3,179 people are killed each year and 431,000 are injured in car accident related distracted driving.

“Texting and driving is SIX TIMES more likely to cause an accident than drunk driving” said Steve Sullivan, Managing Partner with Robert DeBry and Associates, a Personal Injury Law Firm.

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