Safe Ride Available for St. Patrick’s Day

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[March 16, 2017]  LINCOLN - There’s a safer alternative to driving for anyone who has too much to drink during the Super Bowl. On March17, Safe Rides home will be available to those at the bars in Lincoln to those who need it. Safe Ride is a free ride home within the city of Lincoln sponsored by the Healthy Communities Partnership.

“St. Patrick’s Day is a time of celebration and often spent with friends and family. For some, the celebration includes alcohol. Healthy Communities Partnership offers Safe Rides to help keep the streets safer for everyone. Our hope is that the community will remember the service is available and that bartenders will suggest it when necessary,” said Angela Stoltzenburg, Healthy Community Partnerships Manager.

To receive a free ride home within the city limits on these nights, ask the bartender for a SAFE RIDE ticket. The free taxi rides are paid for by HCP.

Healthy Communities Partnership is a collaborative organization comprised of community agencies and private individuals striving to create the healthiest community in America. It is funded by the Abraham Lincoln Memorial Hospital Foundation. For more information or for updates, visit or call 217-605-5008.

[Angela Stoltzenburg, MBA
Marketing and Community Partnerships Manager
Abraham Lincoln Memorial Hospital
Healthy Communities Partnership]

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