Safe and Sober, Don’t Drink and Drive

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On Friday afternoon, December 7, 2018 join us at Rancho Loco Mexican Grill & Bar in Red Wing from 3PM till 7PM, KWNG, KCUE, KLCH, & WBHA, hosted by Brent Johnson, will broadcast a very special program designed to increase awareness of drinking & driving issues associated with the Holiday Season.

In a controlled environment, two guest citizens (test dummies) will consume an alcoholic beverage once every fifteen minutes. Listeners will hear first-hand how alcohol affects performance … from reading the news to handling tasks given to them to complete during the broadcast. Participants will be given a breathalyzer test every thirty minutes and we’ll report the progress toward him reaching the legal limit. The Police and Sheriff’s departments will be on-hand to deliver them home after the demonstration.

Safe and Sober is brought to you by:

  • Mahn Family Funeral and Cremation Services
  • Red Wing Police Department
  • Red Wing Fire Department
  • Goodhue County Sheriff’s Department
  • Lakeshore Agency & AAA
  • Ranco Loco Grill and Bar

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