BURRILLVILLE – Buckleupallofus Spring Cruisin’ Child Passenger Safety radio promos have hit airwaves on multiple radio stations, podcasts, social network videos and live radio broadcasts, as well as popular car show websites just like Car Show Nationals located in Minnesota.
A busy 2021 schedule for the award-winning, Bucky cruisin’ child passenger safety campaign started off by showcasing the Giant Buckleupallofus cold air balloon and passing out thousands of Bucky child passenger safety coloring posters, fridge magnets, stickers, vehicle air fresheners and more, reminding kids and families about the importance of boosting up, buckling up and using properly installed car seats for kids.
A brand new Bucky Cruisin’ Kids Safety radio promo was produced for DiPonti Communications to be aired every hour to listeners across three New England states. A calendar of events has been quickly filling up due to Bucky’s increasing popularity, with a demand for showcase appearances that far exceeds any previous years, which mostly included only car shows and cruise nights. This year, Bucky will appear at race tracks, dragways, auto dealerships, parades, festivals, plazas, malls, community kids and family venues – and a lot of live radio broadcasts. Bucky will not have a day off until Christmas due to the rate of requests to be a showcase attraction in 2021.
You can hear and see the brand new Bucky Cruisin’ Kids Safety Radio & Video Promo by visiting www.carshownationals.com/buckleupallofus and parents are encouraged to print out these Bucky Spring Cruisin’ Season Child Passenger Safety Coloring Posters and discuss Seatbelt Safety with your kids.
Always remember to “Buckle Up – All Of Us!”
Jim Weicherding is a Burrillville resident, and the founder and creator of an award-winning traffic safety effort Seasons of Safety. Weicherding contributes kids’ coloring cartoons, which can be printed and used to help parents discuss safety issues with their children. He has a long list of police officers and firefighters in his family and has worked with law enforcement and firefighters in a creative public safety capacity for more than two decades.