LIBERTY MUTUAL TO KICK OFF “NATIONAL CONVERSATION DRIVE” IN CHICAGO
Launch of nationwide effort to get families to “pledge” to talk to parents about senior driving safety
WHAT: Liberty Mutual Insurance, the eighth-largest car and home insurer in the U.S., will kick off its “National Conversation Drive” at a day-long event at Chicago’s Millennium Park. Members of the public will don movement-restricting “senior simulator suits” and wear special vision-impairing glasses to help simulate the effects of aging on driving ability; participants in the experience will also be asked to complete an online pledge to have conversations with their elderly parents and family members about senior driving safety, as well as transportation alternatives for seniors.
Also on hand will be representatives from ITNAmerica and ITNChicago, Liberty Mutual’s partners in providing safe, alternative transportation to seniors; and the Macklin Intergenerational Institute, which consulted with Liberty Mutual and specializes in intergenerational awareness and acceptance.
WHO: Driving safety experts and executives from Liberty Mutual, Representatives from ITNAmerica and ITNChicago and Representatives from the Macklin Intergenerational Institute
WHEN: TUESDAY, September 21, 2010 from 9am to 5pm
WHERE: Millennium Park, CHICAGO