Make Your Mark 2015

TAC Cup players are starring in a variety of new club road safety advertisements, as part of the 2015 Make Your Mark campaign. 

Players from each of the 12 TAC Cup regions have stepped in front of the camera to remind viewers – particularly younger drivers – to stay safe when driving on the roads. 

The ads have been uploaded to the TAC Cup Facebook page and on YouTube, with a prize on offer to the club whose clip attracts the most viewers online. 

The videos will also be shown on Future Stars this season, which airs at 1:00pm on Sundays from May 17 on Channel Nine and WIN TV. 

TAC Road Safety Project Coordinator Samantha Buckis said each club’s clip focuses on one of the nine topics covered in the TAC’s Safer P-Platers campaign in their video, ranging from planning a way home on a night out to driving in adverse weather conditions. 

“Other issues like coping with peer pressure, choosing a safe vehicle to buy and avoiding distractions such as mobile phones are all problems that young drivers face,” Mrs Buckis said. 

“All young drivers and their parents should head to saferpplaters.com.au for hints and tips to help them on the road.“ 

“On top of the great work from TAC Cup clubs in promoting awareness, the TAC is determined reduce road trauma for young drivers.” 

Drivers aged 18-25 make up only around an eighth of Victorian licence holders, yet account for almost a quarter of road trauma across the state. 

VOTE NOW: Every vote puts you in the running to win 1 of 4 $250 Rebel Sport  vouchers! 

The winning team is decided by the most votes, so watch, share, and make your mark by voting for your favourite video in 2015! 

Visit: www.facebook.com/taccupfooty and click on the Make Your Mark tab




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