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10/14/2021: Decide to Ride
10/14/2021: GHSA Annual Conference 
9/14/2021: Responsibility Has Its Rewards at NFL Kickoff Experience
8/9/2021: TEAM Coalition’s Best Practices on Display
7/15/2021:  Have a Responsibility Plan this Fourth of July
6/18/2021: Chicago White Sox Lead League in Move to Ballpark app for Responsible Fan Pledge 
5/11/2021: Carolina Panther Responsibility Program
4/12/2021: Busch NA RHIR Sweepstakes 
3/10/2021: Have a Responsibility Plan this St. Patrick’s Day
2/8/2021: SoFi Stadium Provides Fans with Unique Experiences with TEAM Online Training 
2/8/2021: Help Save Lives This Super Bowl LV
1/19/2021: Lyft and GHSA Partner for Holiday Responsibility Program
12/15/2020: Concessionaire Aramark and TEAM Online Employee Training
10/19/2020: Texas A&M You in the Driver Seat App
10/19/2020: Anheuser-Busch Global Beer Responsible Day
9/24/2020: Buffalo Bills – Facility Alcohol Management

2020 Early Estimates of Motor Vehicle Traffic Fatalities and Fatality Rate by Sub-Categories

“Fatalities in police-reported, alcohol-involved crashes, as a percentage of all fatalities, increased in June (21% [20] versus 20% [19]), August (21% [20] versus 19% [19]), and October and November (18% [20] versus 17% [19]). Total estimated fatalities in police-reported, alcohol-involved crashes increased by 9 percent from 2019 to 2020. This measure is different from NHTSA’s traditional reporting of alcohol impaired-driving crashes, which is based on both reported and imputed blood alcohol concentration (BAC) values. BAC values have a significant reporting lag and will be finalized later this year, which is why this analysis used police-reported alcohol involvement to get an indication of changes from 2019 to 2020.”

2020 Early Estimates Motor Vehicle Fatalities
2019 Traffic Safety Facts
NHTSA 2021 Communications and Traffic Safety Events Calendars
Super Bowl Fans Don’t Let Fans Drive Drunk Campaign