GDL Institute Offers Gourmet Coffee Card to Promote GDL’s Florida Drug and Alcohol Course (TLSAE).

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GDL Institute, the provider of the #1 rated Florida Drug and Alcohol Course (TLSAE), has launched a promotion where any student who successfully completes the TLSAE program will receive a $5.00 e-Gift card from Starbucks when they share their experience on their social media accounts, such as Facebook or Twitter.

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GDL Institute gives away $5.00 e-Gift cards to Starbucks & 10% off course coupons to all successful students who socially share their experience with GDL's high quality, online interactive course on Facebook or Twitter!

“GDL Institute recognizes the power of social media, especially in this soon-to-be-driving demographic,” explains Michael Stolnicki, Senior Director at GDL Institute. “We are confident our Drug and Alcohol Course is the best program out there and we want our customers to share their experience once they finish our course. When they do, we will reward them with an instant $5.00 Starbucks e-Gift card. As an added benefit, we will also provide a 10% coupon code for them to share with their friends.”

This TLSAE course has been approved by the Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles (FLHSMV.GOV) GDL Institute’s TLSAE course utilizes a high degree of user interactivity to maximize comprehension and retention by incorporating full motion video, narration, engaging exercises and an intuitive user interface.

About GDL Institute
GDL Institute has been providing Internet-based automotive safety training to millions of students for over 12 years. As strong advocates of Graduated Driver Licensing adoptions across the country, GDL Institute feels a comprehensive, engaging and technologically sophisticated online courses contribute to the education and safety of a generation of new drivers. GDL is committed to providing the highest quality content and latest professional teaching techniques from a prestigious team of driver education experts.

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