Jacksonville Jaguars professional football fans were once again our target audience this season as FDOT hosted Alert Today, Alive Tomorrow information tent in the Jags Entertainment Zone at four home games.
FDOT partnered with the Tampa Bay Rays to promote the Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over campaign. The signs were displayed all around the stadium.
During a Tampa Bay Lightning hockey game intermission, contests were held on the ice with tricycles to educate fans about bicycle and pedestrian safety.
The Dolphins Cycling Challenge is an annual two-day charity bike event benefiting cancer research. FDOT partnered with the event to increase awareness of bicycle and pedestrian safety.
In exchange for filling out a survey testing their knowledge on pedestrian and bicyclist safety, Jacksonville Jaguars fans were treated with a Jaguars t-shirt with the Alert Today Alive Tomorrow message on the back.
The District Seven office teamed up with the City of Tampa, the Hillsborough County Metropolitan Planning Organization, the Tampa Downtown Partnership, the Tampa Bay Lightning, and other community partners to bring “Cyclovia” to the streets of Downtown Tampa.
The Jacksonville Jaguars have teamed up this fall with FDOT to promote safe motorcycle riding at EverBank Field and on the world’s largest scoreboard.
On Thursday, June 5, District Seven Secretary Paul Steinman had the honor of throwing the first pitch at the Tampa Bay Rays/Florida Marlins “Citrus Series’ game at Tropicana Field.