The Safe America Foundation and Yaraab Shrine Circus have partnered to give our Military and Veterans a Memorial treat – free tickets to the Yaarab Shrine Circus on Memorial Day, Monday, May 30.
Yaarab Shrine is known for having the World’s Largest Shrine Circus, this year is Yaarab Shrine's 74th Annual Shrine Circus. It is a popular annual family event that offers a safe and wholesome environment for adults and children of all ages. In addition to the 25 (80-minute) circus performances under The Big Top, there are more than 40 exciting carnival rides and attractions, as well as lots of food.
The free circus tickets are available at the gate to Armed Service personnel, Veterans and their families, parking is $5.
Safe America will also be holding a drawing at our booth in the Midway for an Atlanta Braves four-seat “VIP” ticket package to raise money for our Veterans program. To enter, donate online or at our booth for the drawing.
The Military Appreciation event is part of a series of ongoing events by the Safe America Foundation under the banner of “Welcome Home Heroes,” a program that honors and seeks to assist those in uniform, Veterans and their families.
A giant thank you to Norfolk Southern Corporation's Cayela Wimberly for helping Safe America expand our Chalk-Off safety messaging. Thanks to their input, the April 30, 2016 Spring Chalk 1 Up 4 Safety Chalk-Off included an option for youth to create safety designed that emphasized rail grade crossing safety with the theme: Look. Listen. Live.
One of the winning designs (pictured above), in fact featured a rail safety message.
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The WorldSafe Initiative – a program launched by Safe America – is planning an August 25 briefing in New York at the United Nations.
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Chicago – President and CEO of Bison Gear and Engineering Corporation, Martin Swarbrick, has retired and announced plans to commit his time this year towards helping Safe America Foundation, build a network of CEOs and C-suite executives who can help improve safety and security at a grassroots level.
The Chicago business executive disclosed his plans at the UPS Global Headquarters during the February meeting of the Safe America Foundation Board of Directors in Atlanta.
The Safe America FoundationTM is a 501(c)(3) non-profit chartered in 1994, with headquarters in suburban Atlanta. The Foundation partners with corporate, governmental, public and private sector organizations, and other nonprofits to save lives by emphasizing safety education and emergency preparedness.
Other key goals include helping returning Veterans transition safely to civilian life and teaching safe driving techniques.