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Location: Raleigh-Durham-Research Triangle Park area of NC
Web Site and Social Media Launched for MOTORCYCLE SAFETY
WEB SITE AND SOCIAL MEDIA LAUNCHED FOR MOTORCYCLE SAFETY
RideSaferUSA™ aims to disseminate information for motorcycle enthusiasts about safer riding
RideSaferUSA™, an online resource for motorcyclists to obtain information, explore topics and discover trends about safer motorcycling, was announced by Crandall Consulting.
Excerpts from articles, stories, news and other information about motorcycle safety, are posted and linked to original sources for easy online access at RideSaferUSA.com and through social media networks, including Facebook, Twitter and Pinterest.
Van Crandall, creator of RideSaferUSA™ explains that, “Because most motorcyclists use PCs or carry smartphones, our advocacy approach reduces unnecessary searching and consolidates informative safety-related content online. Our methods comb the Internet for current and relevant topics to inform, educate and help make motorcycling safer for all of us.”
“Our goal is to engage and empower motorcyclists with information that can increase practical knowledge and enable smarter choices about riding safer” Crandall emphasizes.
In the US, major sources of funding for safety related motorcycle education and advocacy programs, are mostly provided through motorcycle industry supported non-profits, student fees at motorcycle training schools and government agencies. Private sector advocacy is typically uncommon, unless specific products or services are directly connected to motorcycle safety applications.
Motorcycle enthusiasts can lead the way to reach new levels of safer riding. Working together as a community, including leveraging the power of the Internet and social media to share information and raise awareness, potentially thousands of accidents and fatalities can be reduced.
Anticipating Website traffic increases, companies and organizations now have an opportunity to promote their support for motorcycle safety, by displaying a graphic on the RideSaferUSA.com Partner Page. Clicking a graphic can link the visitor to a Partner Website or social media page. To learn more, please refer to the RideSaferUSA.com Contact Page
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