Drive it Home Show: Rockford, IL

Hey, Rockford area readers! I know you’re out there ๐Ÿ˜‰ I’d love you to join me at the Drive it Home Show, presented by the National Safety Council and Allstate Foundation, Tuesday, June 18th! If you have a tween, teen, or are concerned about teen driving safety, it will be an informative (and entertaining!) event. You may even win a car ๐Ÿ˜‰

My kids are years away (THANK GOODNESS), but I still think about the day they turn 16… because…. I’ve been there. Remember the reckless and crazy things you may have done?! Help us all. The Drive it Home Show WILL help us… keep those teen drivers safe!

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Please feel free to share this post with anyone who might like to attend. Details are as follows:

What: Drive it Home Show, presented by the National Safety Council and Allstate Foundation
When: Tuesday, June 18 from 7pm – 8:15pm
Where: Rockford College – Maddox Theater (5050 E State St ย Rockford, IL 61108)
Price: FREE!; no tickets required
Parking: Parking is available in surface lots at Rockford College. Patrons should look for Parking Lot B or Parking Lot C West to access the Theater.

BONUS: You can enter in the sweepstakes at the event for a chance to win gas cards and a brand new car!

If you’d like to attend, click here to register and when checking in, let them know that Clever Girls Collective sent you. I will definitely be there and hope to see you there, too!

I was selected for this opportunity as a member of Clever Girls Collective, and the content and opinions expressed here are all my own.

2 comments to Drive it Home Show: Rockford, IL

  • Michelle

    I went to my local drive it home show and was shocked at the statistics. I think our children do learn habits (good and bad) from us at a very early age. I have told every teen driver what I learned and shared just how much parents should practice with their teen.

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    Emily Dickey Reply:

    I remember a group coming to my high school (maybe this same group?) to show us a presentation. It may have been before prom – but was all about safe driving. It is very important to teach and show our kids!

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