Join The Drive-N-Live Event at the Fun Warehouse!
What is Drive-N-Live?
Alcohol and texting; sadly these are two of the leading causes of teenage car accidents.
If you are a parent of a teen, a teacher, a grandparent, an uncle, aunt, neighbor or friend of a teenager, please read and participate! Your safety and security is our business, and that includes your teenagers.
The Drive-N-Live EVENT will demonstrate the dangers of driving while under the influence of alcohol and technology. Participants will wear “drunk” goggles while driving go-karts on an obstacle course set up on the track at Fun Warehouse. They will also attempt to send a text while maneuvering the obstacle course, hear from speakers and more.
As parents of three teenagers, we at Strand Security are proud to sponsor this event in Myrtle Beach!
Check out these drunk goggles. You’d be surprised how off balance you are when wearing these.
When and Where Does The Drive-N-Live Event Take Place?
This FREE event takes place on March 20, 2019, at the Fun Warehouse which is located on Dick Pond Road in Myrtle Beach. it starts at 5:30 PM.
To sign up, register on or before March 18 by clicking here bit.ly/DriveNLive
The event is FREE to the public.
This event has been put together with the help of the following local groups and businesses.
- City of Myrtle Beach – Police Department
- South Carolina Highway Control
- Horry County Police Department
- Surfside Beach Police Department
- Safe Driving School
Who Should Attend The Drive-N-Live Event on March 20?
This program is for anyone age 13 and up, however, a parent MUST be present for participants between the ages of 13-17 years old.
It will be a highly educational and hands-on program and will help in preventing casualties.
What Can I Expect to Learn at the Drive-N-Live Event?
Glad you asked!
We happen to have a SNEAK-PEEK of the event as we were invited to the media day on March 13!
Heather of Strand Security got to take two rides in the Go Karts:
First, she was asked to drive the course wearing Drunk Goggles.
On her second turn, she was asked to try to text while driving her Go Kart.
Needless to say, both were impossible to do without hitting cones.
Bring your teenagers and together you can take the pledge to not drink and drive, or text and drive.
This program was started in 2014 by retired Police Officer Cruz.
Drive N Live Event Registration
To learn more about the event from Mr. Cruz; watch this video we shot at the media day.
To register for the Drive N Live event in March 2019, go here.