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PREVENTION INDUSTRY DAY AT GEORGIA STATE CAPITOL MARCH 8, 2013
By Tom Livsey, OurTown National News Editor,
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AN ALL DAY SAFETY EVENT !
For many Georgians, the thought of what they can do, in order to make a difference , when it comes to safety might sound overwhelming. Most of the state's citizens are programmed to be more reactionary, instead of precautionary.
The idea of being able to voice our opinions are frutal, and rightfully so, unless you join hundreds of individuals and organizations on the front steps of the Georgia Capitol on March 8, 2013, at 8:30 am, and in unison be heard about the changes in safety that needs to be addressed by our state representatives. Come out and share your thoughts, as well as, learn information to take back to your communities.
Prevention Industry partners are invited to the Georgia Capital Building for a day of networking with each other and officials. Individuals and organizations are encouraged to attend the event regardless of what your area interest.
Prevention Industry Day at the Capital is an incredible opportunity for people in different areas of prevention to come together and share information with other individuals and organizations in the following areas of intervention:
Drug / alcohol intervention
Outreach and missionary ministries
Services for families and/or children
literacy, adult education, tutoring
Mental health services and programs
ALL OTHERS ARE INVITED!
You play a vital role in our State as you give assistance to Georgians. Prevention Industry Day is a chance to build collaborative relationships with persons in your own industry and other prevention areas as well as with our legislators. Intervention Day affords a unique opportunity to share ideas with legislators as well as network with persons who offer Georgians a wide range of services.
THERE IS NO ADMISSION FEE, and tables start at only ten dollars. Participants will have an opportunity to address the gathering. Much of the event will be filmed for You Tube and other media, meaning that the services you offer the community will reach a wide audience. We will update you by email when video presentations from this event will be on You Tube and send you links to share with your networks.
COME EARLY OR COME LATE, BUT DO NOT MISS
PREVENTION INDUSTRY DAY AT THE GEORGIA CAPITAL
One of the state's top talk show, TV personalities, and community leaders, Mr. Fred 'V' Man reveals, "Join us on Friday March 8, 2013, for Prevention Industry Day at the Georgia State Capitol. Share how your organization is serving Georgia. Meet your legislators and and introduce your company or organization to the thousands of visitors at the Capitol daily."
He adds, "This is a free community event (tables require a minimal fee".
There will be a 'Who's Who' in attendance, included Ms. Tricia Bailey, CEO of MT Innovations, a national no texting while driving campaign corporation. She started the successful outreach program, with her college daughter, Morgan Matthew. The fact is that texting while driving has surpassed underage drinking seven to one, and to be sure thousands of teenage deaths this year will be connected to this travisity.
WHO ARE INVITED?
A. EVERYONE, but especially those who provide mental, physical, social, emotional, environmental, or economic health to State of Georgia residents
B. Those who serve our Industry through marketing, promotions, fund-raising, recreational, educational, spiritual, entertainment, health, labor and technology based services
C. All public officials
D. Civic and religious leaders
E. Students with interest in Public Administration, Social Services, Government, Law, and Media
F. People in the general public who care
Please plan to stop by and represent your company or organization, tour the Capitol, and visit the office of your District Legislator at some time during the day, even if you don't stay all day.
Feel free to bring, wear or exhibit any paraphernalia representing your agency, group, services, or interest over the course of the day and especially at the rally from noon to 1:00 p.m.
Our basic colors for the day are any combination of white, black and red for photo impact. There will be film documentation to be aired and some interviews over the day.
Please share this notification to your network and invite them to meet you there.