Mother On A Mission Update:

It’s been awhile, but until I actually received the check in my hand, I have wanted to tell everyone that I was a awarded a grass roots grant by the Motorcycle Safety Foundation in California. Something had to give with gas,food,taxes,and insurance prices rising, donations for my foundation had ceased to exist when a knight in shinning armor pointed me in the right direction. To make a long story short, I can continue my mission for motorcycle awareness without worry for the coming year. I am in the process of having:Vinyl’s printed for the rear windows of 10 Yellow Cabs. 2 Bus Benches(18 total) placed in Pasco County. Vinyl’s printed for the sides of 10 Hartline Buses. Already printed  50,000 Bumper Stickers. Also in the works are Look Twice-Save a Life Reflective Motorcycle Helmet Decals for Law Enforcement. I have been truly blessed by having so many generous people working with me in all areas of my mission. God Bless and Ride Safe. Diane Pearson/Mother on a Mission.

3 Responses to “Mother On A Mission Update:”

  1. 1 Rogue Nov 7th, 2008 at 12:12 pm

    This woman has done a wonderful job with bringing her message to those on the road.

    She just sent me the following.

    I went to my monthly Safety Council Meeting and was surprised to learn that Trenda McPherson(Traffic Safety Specialist) from the FDOT has adopted the Look Twice Save a Life message and has had educational material printed.

    Hopefully others will follow her example.

  2. 2 jspfc Nov 7th, 2008 at 6:37 pm

    I think any awareness program for riders is great. In this day and age with people doing so much more than driving when on the road(ie phone, text, Internet, etc.), some form of education needs to be out there. In my opinion it is way too easy to get a drivers license in this country to begin with. Driving should be considered a privlige not a guarantee and it should be earned.

  3. 3 burnout Nov 15th, 2008 at 1:36 pm

    thank you Ms Pearson for continuing your mission! peace

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