Governor’s Council continues to fight against impaired driving

(Cheyenne, Wyo.) – Governor Matt Mead’s Council on Impaired Driving released a new message intended to reduce impaired driving. This depicts a family struck by a drunk driver.  Watch the new message below:

“This ad is strong and depicts the senseless loss of life in a way that strikes the heart. We need a culture where no one drives impaired,” Governor Mead said.

The Council has also continued the “Welcome to the DUI Life” campaign. These ads will appear in newspapers and on billboards. The Governor established the Council on Impaired Driving in 2011.

In 2013, 31 highway fatalities involved impaired drivers. That was the lowest number in several decades. So far in 2014 26 highway fatalities have been alcohol related.

–Provided by Gov. Matt Mead’s Office

2 Comments

  1. Randy Ray

    As long as Wyoming keeps the pro-alcohol mentality that it has, nothing will change. I have seen so many parents buy it for their under age kids and have been told by them, "there is nothing wrong with that."

  2. Maura Elizabeth

    WOW… mot much left to say after seeing this

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