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Clubs and Bars Reminded People Drinking and Driving Don't Mix

Clubs and Bars Reminded People Drinking and Driving Don't Mix



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(KSL News) Utahns drinking at nightclubs and bars will get some unusual reminders that drinking and driving do not mix.

Clubs throughout the valley are teaming up with the Utah Highway Patrol to try to fight drunk driving in Salt Lake. They've put their message on everything from their coasters to napkins.

Clubs and Bars Reminded People Drinking and Driving Don't Mix

Even cardboard replica of local Highway Patrol Trooper Silver Brown will be overseeing bars throughout the county to help in the cause. "Hopefully, when people go to those establishments they'll see it, and it will be a reminder for them to be responsible, to call someone or to drink responsibility."

Clubs and Bars Reminded People Drinking and Driving Don't Mix

Eleven bars throughout the Salt Lake Valley have volunteered to participate in the new campaign.

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