BURRILLVILLE – Domino’s hosted a recent Buckleupallofus child passenger community outreach kids safety day, reminding all of their customers to “Buckle Up!”
Buckleupallofus “Backseats For Safety” child passenger safety coloring cartoons were passed out to kids and parents throughout the day in the hopes of keeping little kids safer while riding in the family vehicle.
It’s Sunday, September 26, and the week ending National Child Passenger Safety Week was a huge success for Bucky and his new partners and sponsors, not only during the past week, but also during the entire month of September. Police and fire departments also teamed up with Bucky and Children Across America to get the safety messages out to their towns, cities and communities kids and families. Thousands of Bucky CPS Coloring Cartoons were passed out to kids and adults at classic car and truck shows, community kids and family safety events, retail stores, plazas, banks, credit unions, car washes, restaurants, ice cream parlors, libraries, daycares, race tracks, auto repair shops, auto dealerships and live radio broadcast events across the entire region of New England, with heavy participation in Rhode Island, Massachusetts and Connecticut.
Domino’s is the latest corporate America franchise to partner with Buckleupallofus since all of the 7-Eleven stores and gas stations did so this past summer, offering Bucky kids safety coloring redemption coupons for free Slurpees to every child bringing them into their retail locations colored in and ready to display. This Bucky, CAA and 7-Eleven Coloring Safety Campaign lasts until December 31 nationwide.
Kids can color in this week’s Bucky Child Passenger Safety Coloring Cartoon, talk about their safety with parents and guardians, and stay safer on the roadways in the backseats of the family vehicle.
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.