TEAM Coalition, Dover International Speedway, and the Delaware Office of Highway Safety
are supporting the 2008 Click It Or Ticket enforcement mobilization with a special incentive.
Throughout the month of May, motorists age 16 or older in Delaware who are "caught" wearing their safety
belts have a chance to win tickets to the Dover 400 at Dover International Speedway on
September 21, 2008.
Click here to view the Responsible NASCAR fans from last year.
5 pairs of tickets have been donated to this campaign, and 5 lucky motorists age 16 and older were
rewarded for their responsible behavior with an experience of a lifetime - attending
the Dover 400 at Dover International Speedway.
While law enforcement across the state is
out in force issuing tickets to un-belted drivers, those who demonstrate responsibility
will be rewarded with a chance to win tickets to the race.
Click here for
View the Public
Service Announcement filmed at Dover International Speedway in 2007
Remember in May in Delaware, law enforcement will be out in force. So Click It Or Ticket.
And if you do Click It, you may just win Tickets to the Dover 400 at Dover
International Speedway on September 21st.
Click It Or Ticket Contest for tickets to the Dover 400 on September 21, 2008. Throughout
May 2008, Delaware law enforcement will be out in force issuing citations for motorists who
do not buckle up. But for those motorists age 16 and older who do wear their safety belts, a very special reward may be theirs.
Five lucky motorists age 16 and older will attend the Dover 400 compliments of Dover International Speedway,
Delaware Office of Highway Safety, and TEAM Coalition.
Responsibility Has Its Rewards
campaign promotes positive fan behavior, responsible alcohol consumption,
and the designated driver program at sports and entertainment facilities. Partners in the campaign include NHTSA -
the U.S. Department of Transportation's National Highway Traffic Safety Administration,
state offices of highway safety, professional and collegiate sports, entertainment facilities, concessionaires,
stadium service providers, the beer industry, and broadcasters.