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13-217 The Pinellas County Sheriff’s Office And MADD Team Up For “Walk Like MADD” Event On Indian Rocks Beach Tomorrow

Pinellas County Sheriff’s Office
-DUI Unit
-Community Policing Unit

Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD)

What:  The Pinellas County Sheriff’s Office will be teaming up with MADD tomorrow for the annual Walk Like MADD event on Indian Rocks Beach

Indian Rocks Beach
17th Avenue/Gulf Blvd (Beach Park)

When:  10/4/2013 from 5:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.

Indian Rocks Beach will be the site of the annual “Walk Like MADD” 5K in Pinellas County tomorrow.  The purpose of this community event is to provide a family activity which brings public awareness to the consequences of drinking and driving.

Local television correspondent Al Reuchel will be the Master of Ceremonies.

Funds raised from the event will go toward meeting the needs of victims and survivors of crashes caused by drunk drivers.

The public can still register for the event on Friday:

$15 for ages 5-20
$20 for participants 21 and over

The event coordinator is Amber Saltzman.  Amber can be reached at 813-935-2676 or

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10750 Ulmerton Rd.

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737 Louden Avenue

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