NOYS selects Ernesto Arguello to host the National Launch for GYTSM

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Snap2Live announces that the National Organization for Youth Safety (NOYS) has selected Snap2Live creator Ernesto Arguello as the host for the National Launch for Global Youth Traffic Safety Month™ (GYTSM) event in Washington D.C. on May 1st.  NOYS also has named Ernesto their Long Short Walk Ambassador. The Long Short Walk, led by The Zenani Mandela Campaign, is a global campaign advocating for safe roads for all.

Each May youth across the country unite during Global Youth Traffic Safety Month™ to focus on the leading cause of death for them and their peers: traffic related crashes.  Global Youth Traffic Safety Month™ empowers youth to develop and lead traffic safety education projects and support law enforcement and affect legislation to protect teen drivers.

“I started Snap2Live because I wanted to do something now to make roads safe and get the word out that seat belts save. NOYS is an amazing organization and I’m truly honored to host this great event and to be selected as the Long Short Walk Ambassador,” says Ernesto Arguello.

Social Entrepreneur, Ernesto Arguello created the Snap2Live belt to spread awareness on the United Nations Decade of Action for Road Safety.  The Snap2Live inspired fashion accessory engages brand enthusiast to become vocal supporters of the campaign, helping save millions of lives and raise funds for the same mission.

The Snap2Live belt a one-size fits all belt that can be purchased in a variety of colors. With the purchase of this belt, people are committing to the cause and becoming an advocate for road safety. Wearing the belt itself is a reminder of people’s commitment to road safety and an eye catching accessory that will engage others.

Join the conversation on Twitter @SNAP2LIVE @NOYSnews @ERNESTOARGUELLO Hashtag #SNAP2LIVE #GYTSM14 #TRAFFICSAFETYSELFIE

About Snap2Live

Snap2Live belts were designed to raise awareness on a global phenomenon: Road Crashes. Upon hearing that, “road crashes are the leading cause of death among youth,” Snap2Live founder, Ernesto Arguello felt compelled to do something. In an effort to support the United Nations decade of action for Road Safety, Snap2Live pledges 70% of the profits to the Road Safety Fund and to create safe, affordable communities in developing countries. Utilizing his background as both an entrepreneur and philanthropist, Ernesto is fashionably bringing attention to the fact that over a million people are dying every year on the world’s road and that together, we can do something about it. For more information, visit www.snap2live.com

About NOYS

National Organizations for Youth Safety (NOYS) is a coalition of non-profit and for-profit youth serving organizations and government agencies working together toward the common goal of addressing health and safety issues that affect youth in the United States. Founded in 1994, the mission of NOYS is to build partnerships that will save lives, prevent injuries, and promote safe and healthy lifestyles among all youth and encourage youth empowerment and leadership.  Working in collaboration with the member organizations, the NOYS coalition maintains a strong focus on traffic safety, while also addressing other issues affecting youth safety such as injury prevention, substance abuse, youth violence and healthy lifestyle choices.  For more information visit www.noys.org

 

PRESS CONTACT

Keisha McCotry

Prominence Marketing Group

917-289-1124

keisha@prominencemarketinggroup.com

 

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Posted on May 8, 2014, in Public Relations and tagged , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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