NABC, AT&T Partner for Texting While Driving Campaign

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April 10, 2015—The National Auto Body Council (NABC) is partnering with AT&T to support its "It Can Wait" campaign to reduce texting while driving during prom and graduation season for high school students.

“The collision repair industry sees firsthand the negative consequences of distracted driving and want to help people reduce their risk of being in an accident,” said Dan Young, senior vice president of CARSTAR and chair of the NABC’s Distracted Driving Initiative.  “Through the It Can Wait campaign, we can educate drivers about the dangers of texting and driving, and engage drivers, their families and friends in putting down the phone and focusing on the road.”

The NABC’s Distracted Driving Initiative also offers tips for teen drivers to reduce their driving distractions.

A variety of NABC and "It Can Wait" collateral materials including banners, window clings, cloth cleaners, counter cards, and key tags are available to NABC members and non-members help remind teen drivers about being smarter and safer in the car.

For more information, visit co-store.com/nabc.

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