Nine Waste Management garbage trucks — wrapped in over-sized messages aimed at educating parents on the dangers of underage drinking — were unveiled Wednesday.
The garbage trucks are Phase II of a statewide campaign aimed at eliminating underage drinking in Utah, which is sponsored by Waste Management, Sandy City and Parents Empowered.org.
“As parents and as a community, we must make a difference by talking to our kids about the dangers of alcohol,” Sandy City Mayor Tom Dolan said in a written statement. “And then we must stay involved in their lives, ensuring an alcohol-free environment.”
The nine Sandy garbage trucks carry messages on both sides that state: “Parents chip away at the problem. Almost 50% of teens who drink become alcohol dependent.”
By SHAHEED M. MORRIS | The Salt Lake Tribune
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