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Month: December 2015

Keeping Youth Safe Over New Years

Keeping Youth Safe Over New Years

Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD) is proactive in fighting drunk driving and drugged driving at any time of the year – but especially over the holidays. According to MADD, approximately 4,700 young people die every year as a result of

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Safety During the New Year’s Holiday

Safety During the New Year’s Holiday

People love to celebrate the year that’s over and the new year that’s arriving. This often means parties, drinking, dancing and other festivities. New Year’s Eve is also a holiday when a higher percentage of drunken drivers are on the

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Travel and Fresh New Year Perspectives

Travel and Fresh New Year Perspectives

As we draw closer to the end of 2015, there’s something about ending one year and beginning a new year that we all find refreshing. We have a chance to take stock of our accomplishments, the actions or experiences we’d

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New Year’s Celebrations Across the Nation

New Year’s Celebrations Across the Nation

Corks popping from champagne bottles, people wearing party hats, whistles tooting and confetti flying are typical of New Years celebrations. Across the nation on New Year’s Eve, people get out and hit the town with family or friends to commemorate

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How Group Travel Can Save You Money

How Group Travel Can Save You Money

Often travel is more than a day trip. And not every destination involves family or friends who provide a place for you to stay. When you travel with a large group you’re bound to need other accommodations anyway. But the

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Group Travel for Playoff Games

Group Travel for Playoff Games

When you have a favorite football team, whether it’s a high school, college or pro team, you follow it all season long, cheer the team on, bite your nails during close games and revel in every victory. Group camaraderie among

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