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Burrows Lightbourn Continues Sponsorship of Life-Saving Service

Jan 14, 2013

CADA, encouraging responsible alcohol behavior, today announced that Burrows Lightbourn Ltd. will continue their $10,000.00 Silver Sponsorship of the free, late-night, don’t drink and drive taxi service, Let Us Drive. Making the announcement was CADA Chairman, Mr. Anthony Santucci.

Mr. Santucci stated, “On behalf of CADA’s board, I extend my sincere appreciation to Burrows Lightbourn for continuing their $10,000.00 Silver Sponsorship of the Let Us Drive service. To date, the service has taken home some 8,500 people. With their on-going support, Burrows Lightbourn ensures that people who have been out drinking late on a Friday night have a free, safe and reliable alternative to drinking and driving.”

C.O.O of Burrows Lightbourn Ltd., Mr. Derek Emery stated, “Burrows Lightbourn is pleased to continue our 5th year of sponsorship for this life saving service. Part of the responsible marketing of our brands is to ensure that people enjoying our products are provided with safe transportation to their destination. We thank CADA, encouraging responsible alcohol behavior, for their on-going administration and organization of the Let Us Drive service. We also thank the taxi drivers who show up each Friday night to take patrons home. We know lives are being saved.”

Mr. Santucci concluded, “This free service is available every Friday night between 3:15am and 3:45am from outside of the LOM building on Reid Street. 

 

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