Sigma Phi Epsilon hosts the National Save a Life Tour at Grand Valley State University. The Save a Life Tour was developed due to America's staggering problem with alcohol-related crashes. It has turned into a conference that extends beyond the consequences of drunk driving and into the realm of texting and driving as well. Together with the Save a Life Tour, we are committed to educating as many people as will listen about the dangers of getting behind the wheel after consuming alcohol through the use of cutting-edge technology and a no-holds barred attitude. With a commanding video and an immersive, state-of-the-art drinking and driving simulation, as well as the new texting and driving simulation, we are confident that our presentation will create enough of an impact to cause people to think twice before getting into their car. We aim to grasp the attention of America's young drivers because they are the key to lowering alcohol-related, as well as texting-related, crashes and will help to create a safer driving experience for everyone. The event will take place in the Kirkhof Center Lobby and it will be an interactive experience. You can come for however long you wish. There will also be a texting and driving speaker as well as a drinking and driving speaker through out the day in the Pere Marquette Room. The texting and driving speaker will be at 12pm and 4pm. The drinking and driving speaker will be at 2pm and 6pm. Each speaker presents for 30-45 minutes. There will also be free food at the event.
If you have any questions about the program, feel free to contact Zach Sepanik at (616)307-8067. I am the VP of Communications for Sigma Phi Epsilon and am the chair for the National Save a Life Tour at Grand Valley State University. Any questions for Kramer Entertainment and the kind of work that they do and Tours they put on, contact Mr. Dustin Amerson, at (888)655-7263.