Traffic Talk: Thunder Girls, Rumble to demonstrate driving safety for teens at free class in Oklahoma City

Don Gammill: Participants in “Hot Cars & Hot Topics — a Conversation for Teen Drivers,” which is sponsored by AAA Oklahoma and the Oklahoma City Thunder, can learn, relearn skills, hear messages about traffic safety and maybe win prizes.
by Don Gammill Published: October 1, 2012
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One of the features of the event will be AT&T's 11-minute video, “It Can Wait,” which has testimony of surviving family members and friends of victims of texting-while-driving accidents.

Oh, yeah. There's more. You could win an iPad or some other great prize.

Those who attend will find a variety of information booths to visit, as well as some special attractions. There will be classic vehicles (the “hot cars”) from local car clubs, and the popular Thunder Girls cheerleaders, as well as the Thunder mascot, Rumble.

In the grand finale, the cheerleaders and Rumble will perform a skit pointing out the dangers of distracted driving in a lighthearted way.

By the way ...

The Freede Wellness Center is on NW 27, between N Indiana and N Florida avenues. You can take NW 27 east three blocks from N Pennsylvania, or go three blocks west from N Classen Boulevard on NW 27.

Enjoy your week and drive safely.


by Don Gammill
General Assignment Editor and Columnist
Don Gammill is general assignment editor and columnist. A native of Ponca City, he graduated from Central State University (now the University of Central Oklahoma). While in college, he was a sports stringer for The Oklahoma City Times....
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