WE are IPR!
Friday - June 15, 2018 at Verizon on N. Federal blvd in Riverton from 3pm to 6pm.
Friday - June 22, 2018 in Smith's
Food and Drug in Rock Springs, Wyoming!
from 3pm to 6pm.
What are #RoadWarriors?
#RoadWarriors are volunteers involved in a program that goes above and beyond most programs of this nature. Our goal is to support law enforcement efforts to save lives.
The program will be rooted in community stakeholders that have specific calls to action with one goal in mind: Saving Lives on Wyoming Roads.
Volunteering has never been more rewarding; nor has attending an event to learn lifesaving information.
The #RoadWarriors volunteer program and events offer numerous ways to be rewarded for helping others and yourself.
The event and social media portions of this program include incentive items ranging from school supplies and clothing to headphones and televisions!
What are #RoadWarrior events?
If you attend the #RoadWarrior event you will learn roadway safety focused, lifesaving information and will earn items such as school supplies and clothing.
Each event will have specific focus for seatbelts, impaired driving and distracted driving.
How about the large scale prizes you ask? Any person that tags IPR and shares our specific social media message via Facebook will be eligible to win!
It's easy; If you repeat our post labeled "Social Media Prize", and tag our Facebook, each share or like will be an entry into the drawing for BIG prizes, including beats headphones, televisions & more!
Contest rules can be viewed on at www.iprwyoming.org
However, the biggest reward of all will be spreading the knowledge of how to survive the roads in the Wild West.
This program will help ensure that roadway related issues are brought to light and the voices of our people are heard.
Supporting our local law enforcement, that deal with the tragedy of lives lost and serious injury on Wyoming roads is a must in our community.
Crashes are preventable and roadway issues are not victimless crimes.
Saving lives on our roads is a noble yet commonly overlooked cause.
When you become a #RoadWarrior, you have a voice to be heard and a choice to be vocal for the greater good of Wyoming!
Be on the lookout for more Information on how to attend, win & volunteer to help save lives
More about Injury Prevention
Injury Prevention Resources( aka, IPR) began in 1991 as a traffic safety records collection agency. Injury Prevention Resources has been serving Wyoming for over two decades. In the year 2000, we were recognized as a 501(C)3 non-profit agency. For decades we have been able to adapt to and recognize roadway safety needs that exist within Fremont County, Wyoming. In 2013, Injury Prevention Resources expanded our operations in order to help save lives in Big Horn, Hot Springs, Park, Sweetwater and Washakie Counties. We continue to serve these areas with a specific goal in mind: Zero Deaths, Zero Injuries.
Injury Prevention Resources (IPR) is a unique agency that is able to work on prevention, intervention and post-vention, relevant to roadway safety subjects. Through our programs, we are able to depict the relevance of roadway safety dangers to the youngest and eldest members of our communities. Services range from car seat and seat belt education for toddlers to driving information for senior citizens. IPR is able to reach all ages in order to place proper emphasis on the importance of roadway safety. Our agency has 5 main issues we work toward: Increasing seat belt use and drivers awareness of pedestrians, decreasing impaired driving, decreasing distracted driving and promoting the use of child car seats. IPR conducts a multitude of various programs from Traffic Safety Events to DUI Supervised Probation and SCRAMx alcohol monitoring bracelets. IPR's strategies are executed in order to educate about best practices for roadway safety and hold the community members accountable for actions that risk serious injury and endanger lives.
Become a Partner
Help Injury Prevention Resources complete our mission with your tax deductible donation. Help us make Wyoming roadways safer.