RPS says “Tie one on” for MADD

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MISSISSAUGA, Ont. – For the second year in a row, small-parcel courier RPS Ltd. is teaming up with Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD) to sponsor the organization’s annual Project Red Ribbon “Tie one on for safety” campaign.

Each year, MADD gets drivers to tie a red ribbon to a visible location on their vehicles to remind them to drive responsibly. The December holiday season is traditionally one of the most dangerous for motorists.

“RPS’s assistance in spreading this message to the thousands of businesses the courier services every day is crucial to helping us accomplish our mission,” said Carolyn Swinson, national president of MADD Canada. RPS contractors and drivers across Canada will hand out ribbons and chocolate bars to their shippers and consignees on Dec. 15. n

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