ATT It Can Wait Texting While Driving Campaign To Extend In 2013

ATT It Can Wait Texting While Driving Campaign To Extend In 2013 – ATT just announced that its campaign about awareness of the danger of texting while driving, ATT it can wait texting while driving campaign program will plans to expand in 2013, the carrier just said through their press release.


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According to ATT stats show that the texting while driving involved more than 100,000 vehicle accident each year. Building awareness through ATT it can wait texting while driving campaign program itself will push the causing injuries and death on vehicle accident.

According to ATT, the ATT it can wait texting while driving program will available widely through collaborate with other companies and non profit organizations.

 “Our goal is simple – we want to change behavior and save lives,” said ATT Senior Executive Vice President and Global Marketing Officer Cathy Coughlin. “That’s why we’re putting additional resources behind this effort and why we’re inviting everyone to join us in this cause. Working together, we can make a difference.”

Here the carrier plans on 2013 for ATT it can wait texting while driving program:

Working with device makers to pre-load no-texting-while-driving technologies and solutions into handsets, with the goal of making these solutions standard on all ATT smartphones. The Pantech Discover, announced today, will be the first device to come with the free ATT DriveMode safe-driving app preloaded. Other device makers, including Samsung and HTC, have plans to preload DriveMode onto future smartphones later this year. 

Engaging cities such as Houston, Texas, and companies including USAA and Walmart to discuss potential new It Can Wait collaborations.

Making resources – ranging from It Can Wait branded materials, to teaching aids and sample company policies – available to other organizations for programs they develop.

Launching a year-round texting-while-driving simulator tour targeting more than 380 events nationwide.



Source: ATT News

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