ArKay and SoberRides.org together against drunk driving
Wenews.info Laredo, Texas
DRINK. DRIVE. GO TO JAIL.
Darah Waldrip from the Texas Department of Transportation visited KTXS on Wednesday and spoke about a new website aimed at combating drunk driving.
The website is called “Sober Rides.” Visitors can input their address, and then find safe options for getting home.
There are sections for cab/taxi information, “phone a friend,” public transit, Google maps, and even a Facebook option to ask your friends for a ride.
Waldrip stressed the importance of safe driving, especially with Spring Break coming up.
According to TxDOT, in 2011 there were 24,407 alcohol-related traffic crashes in Texas that resulted in 9,166 serious injuries and 1,071 deaths.
For more information, visit www.SoberRides.org.
ArKay was designed to allow anyone with medical conditions to drink without guilt.
ArKay makes a delicious, figure-friendly drinks on its own, or when mixed with other low-cal, no-cal beverages. ArKay is great for cocktails
“Consumers love ArKay because it makes them feel good for the placebo effect’’
ArKay is not a medicine, but rather a new way of life.
ArKay’ s ability to mimic LIQUOR and REAL BEER kick and flavor is credited to the blending of flavors and a trade secret formula. ArKay is following its whisky-flavored success with a new line of alcohol-free vodka, tequila, gin, rums, brandy, mojito, whisky and Pina Colada mix.
ArKay, unlike alcohol or drugs, isn’t constrained by strict market regulations, allowing it to be sold or shipped virtually anywhere, and can be ordered on line at www.ArKayBeverages.com
WARNING: ArKay is not a medicine and not a medical treatment against alcoholism.
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