Wednesday, October 25, 2006

Chevrolet Partners With Safe Kids Worldwide And Cub Scouts To Promote Safety

DETROIT, 2006-10-24 – Cauley Chevrolet in West Bloomfield was selected by Chevrolet to participate in a 10-city pilot to help keep youngsters safe around vehicles. Chevrolet and Safe Kids Worldwide are teaming up with the Cub Scouts to help six-to-nine year-olds learn about vehicle safety. The program kicked off earlier this year in Charlotte and is expanding to 10 pilot cities across the U.S.

“This truly shows the depth and breadth of Chevrolet and General Motors,” says Ed Peper, Chevy General Manager. “We have worked with Safe Kids Worldwide for several years. This is a chance for us to work cooperatively with the Cub Scouts to reach an important demographic – families with boys ages six through eight– and teach them how to make good decisions in and around vehicles.”

Read more of this story at Auto Spectator website.

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