Local Police Promote Child Safety with Subway
To promote the National Missing/Exploited Children’s Awareness Day, local police are teaming up with Flint area Subway stores for a child safety campaign.
According to a recent press release; on Wednesday, two presentations will take place at Anderson Elementary School and Indian Hill Elementary School in Grand Blanc. During the event, free Subway Child ID kits will be given to the students who attend the presentations.
They will also receive a $4 Subway Cash Card. Subway wanted to team up with local law enforcement because they wanted to raise awareness about child safety, according to Flint Subway Marketing Board Chair, Lou Dortch:
“Local Subway franchisees are supporting this initiative and providing free Subway Child ID kits because we have families too, and we care about the health and safety of all children.”
The idea behind the kits is to help parents and kids be prepared in case of an emergency. The 28th Annual National Missing/Exploited Children’s Awareness Day is May 25.