Motley Rice is proud to sponsor the 3rd Annual Safe Kids Bike Rodeo and Safety Fair being held Saturday, May 1, 2010, at the North Charleston & American LaFrance Fire Museum and Educational Center in North Charleston, SC. The event is open to the public from 10:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. and is free to all parents and children who would like to take advantage of a great opportunity to visit more than 20 interactive exhibits that teach about how to be safe at home, at play and on the way!
For the past two years, Trident Area Safe Kids and the Fire Museum have partnered to celebrate the museum's anniversary and promote fire and life safety with a bike rodeo and safety fair. The event's theme this year is preventable sport injuries, and dozens of vendors representing everything from insurance companies to fire and police departments will be participating. There will be on-site demonstrations by the North Charleston Fire Department along with the MUSC helicopter and antique fire apparatus. Charleston County Parks will also be providing a climbing wall, jump castles, bicycle tune up and obstacle course. In addition, Motley Rice representatives will be attending to hand out helmets in support of the Safe Kids mission and to promote consumer and child safety.
Safe Kids Worldwide is a international network of organizations whose mission is to prevent accidental childhood injury, a leading killer of children 14 and under, and MUSC Children's Hospital is the leading organization for Safe Kids Trident Area. For more information about how Motley Rice aupports Safe Kids, contact member attorney and Safe Kids Advisory Board member Anne Kearse via email or call +1 800.768.4026.
Each year, thousands are seriously injured by unsafe products and environments that result in such tragedies as brain injury, burns and even death. The Motley Rice Catastrophic Injury team, led by attorneys Anne Kearse and Kevin Dean, works to improve safety standards and promote permanent change in the workplace and our daily lives. Click here for more information about how Motley Rice advocates on behalf of adults and children harmed by defective products, unsafe environments and catastrophic events.