New ‘Teen Driving’ Alerts Taking Off Nationally

A mother’s drive to keep her teen son safe behind the wheel has grown into a business gaining national exposure.

Rookie Driver.Net is a Midwest company gaining national recognition on the issue of teen driving safety thru a line of safety alert products created by a mom and her teenage son.  Their products are currently sold in 44 states and Canada.

Are You Worried Now That Your Teen Is Driving? “When it comes to ‘New-Driver’ and ‘Student Driver’ car magnets, Rookie Driver products are the Preferred Choice of New Teen Drivers”

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The Michigan AP bureau, Detroit Free Press and other Midwest media outlets have recently covered the company’s expanding national “Rookie Driver” designation, which identifies new teen drivers behind the wheel.  But unlike a growing number of other student-driving car magnets on the market, these are actually cool.   

The story of how a mom and her teenage son worked together to improve teen driver safety, and built a company along the way, has national news appeal.  The link to the Associated Press story is listed below and a digital color photo is available in the AP photo library.  

 

http://www.detnews.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/20071128/BIZ/711280353/-1/ARCHIVE

For further information, please contact:

Corinne Fortenbacher, President
RookieDriver.Net

Spring Lake, MI  49456
888-285-7875
Email:
Corinne@RookieDriver.Net
Website:  http://www.RookieDriver.Net

 

Or, visit Rookie Driver.Net’s Media Room at:
http://www.rookiedriverintraining.com/rookiedriver-news.html

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