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THINK! launches Facebook page

15 October 2015

THINK! encourages safer behaviour to help reduce the number of people killed and seriously injured on the roads.

The new Facebook page will promote road safety messages and showcase all of latest road safety campaigns, so keep an eye out for our latest material!

Throughout our time THINK! has produced many campaigns ranging from child safety, speed awareness to its well known drink drive campaigns.

It won the Prince Michael International Road Safety Premier Award in 2013.

 

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