Let’s Help Each Other – We’re in Search of Corporate Sponsorships

McKay Nursery Donation

We can’t do it alone. We need your help to save lives. Drunk driving is 100% preventable and we intend to help make that a reality.

Eliminate Drunk Driving – Education Foundation is currently looking for Corporate Sponsorships of $100 to $300. Your Corporate Sponsorship would include promoting your company on our website, social media accounts and be included on various marketing materials.

We want to extend our Thank You to McKay Nursery Company in Waterloo, Wisconsin, for their donation of a beautiful Grateful Red Hydrangea. Pictured above is an example of how we would promote your company on EliminateDrunkDriving.com, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and we will also promote your company on printed materials. Every day, we’re gaining new followers on our social media accounts.

Please go to http://www.EliminateDrunkDriving.com for more information on our non-profit organization and see what events we’re attending and what we’re planning on doing to help save lives.  We are a 501(c)(3) non-profit, so all donations are tax-deductible. If interested in sponsoring us today, please email us at eliminatedrunkdriving@gmail.com.

Eliminate Drunk Driving – Education Foundation wants to remind everyone to make good choices and Don’t Drive Impaired. #StaySafe




Order Your T-Shirts Today! Now Available in 6 colors.

Help us spread awareness about the dangers of driving impaired.  Order your T-shirts today!  T-shirts come in orange, purple, black, red, green and blue.

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All money raised will go directly into our Eliminate Drunk Driving Education Foundation non-profit organization.  This money will be used to travel throughout Wisconsin to educate our youth on the dangers of driving impaired/distracted, attend community events, speak with law enforcement, lobby for strengthening our OWI laws and buy promotional items.

Help us save lives! – In Memory of Clenton & Katey – We Love You & Miss You Dearly

Clent and Katey Milwaukee