Innocorp, Ltd. President and CEO Named Professional of the Week by In Business Madison, (May 2, 2011)
A packed concert venue buzzes with young adults eager to catch rapper Ludacris in action on stage.
Sobering up from a few drinks can take a surprising amount of time.
At least, that’s what the 56,000 students attending the University of Central Florida (UCF) in Orlando have been finding out.
“Distracted driving, especially texting and driving, is a serious and growing problem that is responsible for thousands of deaths and injuries on our roadways every year,” said Michael Aguilar, president of Innocorp. “The Phone Condom is a simple, fun to use device that encourages people to park their phone while they drive their car.”
A New Approach
What’s the best way to teach young adults about the dangers and impacts of alcohol?
“Throw a party,” says Jane Alleva, of South Carolina’s Keystone Substance Abuse Services.
When Jan Trim, President of MADD Whitehorse, flew into a remote Canadian community to educate the citizens about impaired driving, she had to kiss her SIDNE® (Simulated Impaired DriviNg Experience) good-bye and hope for the best. The usually “babied” SIDNE had to go ahead of her team in a different plane, due to size limitations on the aircraft flying into Old Crow. Old Crow is an isolated community that can only be accessed by plane or boat. But, bringing SIDNE along was worth the temporary separation, according to Trim, who called it an ‘excellent educational tool.’