Russ Brown Motorcycle Attorneys®: The Progressive International Motorcycle Show rolls into Cleveland Ohio!
Drawing one of the widest audiences nationwide, the Progressive International Motorcycle Show will be rolling into beautiful Cleveland, Ohio from January 25th to 27th, and Russ Brown Motorcycle Attorneys® will be there promoting their “Keep Me Alive Don’t Text and Drive” campaign and their 2013 Harley-Davidson Heritage Softail Motorcycle Giveaway which will be awarded at the House of Harley-Davidson during the 110th Anniversary Celebration in Milwaukee, to one lucky BAM member – motorcycle enthusiasts can sign up during the Cleveland International Motorcycle Show.
The show will be featuring a plethora of entertaining and interesting attractions. Bikes, accessories and apparel will be on display from some of the biggest names in the business including Harley-Davidson, Polaris, Honda, Yamaha, Ducati and many more.
There is also a large portion of the show dedicated to outdoor activities including watersports, ATV’s, dirt bikes and scooters. There will be travel booths, a kids play area and many contests that give that chance to win a great prize.
Forefront at the show will be road safety which is important to all motorcyclists and Russ Brown is no different. Russ Brown Motorcycle Attorneys®’ campaign to raise awareness of the dangers of texting and driving will continue in Cleveland. The dangers of texting and driving are undeniable and have never been more evident—in the last calendar year alone, accidents that directly stemmed from texting and driving totaled 1.3 million. That’s approximately one quarter of all accidents that occur in the entire nation! Mind boggling is the simple fact that when you are driving at 55 mph and glance at your handheld device, you have already traveled the length of an entire football field. An entire football field on the freeway without watching where you are going!! This just goes to show that those who use handhelds are most likely to be involved in serious road accidents. The team at Russ Brown Motorcycle Attorneys® will be handing out “Keep Me Alive Don’t Text And Drive” bumper stickers to create awareness of this problem and help urge motorists to put down their handhelds when they are driving.
Hopefully these initiatives, new safety laws and common sense will prevail and help make our roads a safer place for all motorists. Russ Brown is a supports these laws and hopes that motorists have the common sense to drive safely when behind the wheel of any vehicle. If you can’t make the Cleveland, Ohio show and want to show your support for the “Keep Me Alive Don’t Text and Drive” campaign, you can order the bumper sticker at www.killabikergotojail.com or over the phone at 1-800-4-BIKERS.
The show will be open daily from January 25-27th. Children under the age of 5 will get in free. Children ages 6-11 are only 6 dollars and adults get in for 15 at the door. Take the family! Dream of a little summer during this cold spell and how nice it will be to hit the pavement again when the warmer weather returns!
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