An Evening with RADD® “The Entertainment Industry’s Voice for Road Safety” to Celebrate the Return of the 60th Annual GRAMMY® Awards Ceremony to New York City Wednesday, January 24th at The DL
RADD® Comes Together with MD25 Entertainment to Present A Night of Music and Mingling with Today’s Rising Talent
January, 2018 (New York, NY) – On Wednesday, January 24th as the 60th Annual GRAMMY® Awards get ready to make their return to New York City at MSG – RADD®, together with MD25 Entertainment will be celebrating the iconic ceremonies’ New York roots at The DL (95 DELANCEY ST, NEW YORK, NY, 10002), Doors at 6:00PM!
WATCH: Ringo, Paul McCartney, Phil Collins, Melissa Etheridge and MORE Come Together with “Drive My Car” for RADD®!
Produced by First Spear Media Group, the evening will be filled with critically acclaimed music acts and major label’s hot, emerging talent, plus special guests. This celebration promises to be an evening of great music, food, beverages, and FUN, all in support of the VERY important work of RADD®. Credited by the US Department of Transportation with saving young lives, RADD® promotes lifestyle solutions to avoid drunk and drug-impaired driving and riding among ages 14-34.
More About RADD®:
RADD® – The Entertainment Industry’s Voice For Road Safety, is an internationally recognized non-profit organization that empowers media partners, celebrities and socially conscious supporters to create positive attitudes about road safety and to promote risk-intervention strategies to avoid driving impaired. Incorporated in 1986 as a 501 (c3) non-profit, RADD produced the iconic “Friends Don’t Let Friends Drive Drunk” celebrity campaign and is a proud two-time recipient of the U.S. Department of Transportation’s prestigious Public Service Award and a Governors Highway Safety Association (GHSA) and World Health Organization (WHO) honoree. Additionally, RADD® is the recipient of a 2016 Bulldog Not-For-Profit Awards bronze medal for “Best Issue/Cause Advocacy Campaign.”
Help support RADD® all year long! The organization is in need of RADD celebrities to record radio and TV PSAs for distribution by the National Association of Broadcasters, and is raising funding to supply RADD prevention materials to colleges throughout the country.