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Kristen Thompson
American Electric Power850 Tech Center DriveGahannaOH614-883-6838614-315-3713kathompson@Aep.com9/13/20119/14/2011We hold safety training events every quarter.  This one is scheduled for 9/13.  I will have our classroom training on the morning of 9/13.  Over the course of the 2 days each of the 5 departments will be scheduled a time to experience the Simulator.  If t
850 Tech Center Dr.
Gahanna, OH
Kristen ThompsonSafety Training100Simulator will be in the lobby of the building.  Each of the 5 departments will hold their classroom Saftey Trainings over these two days and then be scheduled a time for the simulator.7-5 The simulator will be in the lobby, so any time there is not a department scheduled to use it, it can be experienced by any employee.  The lobby is not open to the public.
Dan Fry
AEP5900 Refugee Rd.ColumbusOH614-856-2743614-774-6947dlfry@aep.com8/24/2011Looking to use the simulator at mutable locations in the Columbus Ohio area to enforce the importance of driving while being distracted.  I would like to talk to someone one the availability of the simulator 614-774-6947.
5900 Refugee Rd.
Columbus, OH 43232
AEP Safety Meeting
Jo Alexander
eTech Ohio Commission (State of Ohio agency)35 E. Chestnut Street - 8th FloorColumbusOH614.485.6449614.499.4019jo.alexander@etech.ohio.gov2/13/20122/15/2012The eTech Ohio Commission represents the convergence of education, technology & broadcasting in service to education. eTech Ohio's 3 division of Information Technology, Telecommunication Network Services & Educational Technology Services provide unique ex
Greater Columbus Convention Center
400 N. High Street
Columbus, OH 43215
Jo Alexanderwww.etech.ohio.gov/conferenceTo engage students, teachers, librarians, and other formal educators of technology and professional development for future careers.6600In an exhibit hall for hands-on knowledge2/13-14, 2012 10:00a.m. until 4:30 p.m. and 2/15, 2012 9:30 until 2:00 p.m.
sharon smigielski
district 8 ODOT505 S. SR 741LebanonOH513-933-6511513-292-9620sharon.smigielski@dot.state.oh.us9/24/2011Country Applefest is the city of Lebanon's longest running art, craft and food festival
Downtown Lebanon
Lebanon, OH 45036
Sharon Smigielski30000Inside the City BuildingNoon to 6 p.m.
Christine Myers
ODOT District 3906 Clark AvenueAshlandOH41920771825672033082Christine.Myers@dot.state.oh.us9/12/2011Wayne County Fair - We will be partnering with Wayne County Safe Communities/Wayne County Sheriff

199 Vanover St
PO Box 3
Wooster OH 44691-0003

Christine MyersCounty Fair5000Indoors - under the grandstands, with the Wayne County Sheriff Dept. Display10
Christine Myers
ODOT District 3906 Clark AvenueAshlandOH41920771825672033082Christine.Myers@dot.state.oh.us9/23/2011Ashland County Fair - youth day.

2042 Claremont Avenue
Ashland, Ohio 44805

Christine MyersCounty Fair - youth day - attendance normally high on this day.2000Working on a partnership with the OSP or Ashland County Sheriff to partner with them.8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Christine Myers
ODOT District 3906 Clark AvenueAshlandOH41920771825672033082Christine.Myers@dot.state.oh.us10/6/2011Loudonville Free Street Fair
P.O. Box 289
165 N. Water Street
Loudonville, OH 44842
Christine MyersFree Street Fair - Public Interest1000Details in planning - will be discussing with local officials8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Nancy Burton/Linda Tvorik-
ODOT/Columbus Public Health/Safe Communities240 Parsons AvenueColumbusOH614-645-6138ltvorik@columbus.gov9/30/20119/30/2011There is a health safety fair 12 - 3 at Davidson High School where all high school kids are bused in for the program. The teens will come from Darby, Davidson and Bradley. 20 plus vendors set up then they would like the simulator set up in the parking lot
Hilliard Davidson High School Avery Road Hilliard Ohio
Linda TvorikTeen Safety1000The simularo will be on display as part of the Community Health and Safety Fair as well as part of the Community Health and Safety display in the parking lot outside the Stadium an hour prior to the homecoming football game. 12 - 3 on Friday and 5:30 - 7 pm on Friday Sept. 30
Cory Hopwood
ODOT1980 west broadColumbus43232614-387-0112111-111-1111chopwood@odot.net9/23/20119/29/20118
teach students
hannah gamm's cubiclecolumbus43212brodot sims614-222-2222brodot.edu13-187.30/hr - 10.00/hr4654gym at school
Justin Chesnic
Ohio Department of Transportation2088 S. Arlingotn Rd.Akron44306330 - 786-2209330 - 714-8642justin.chesnic@dot.state.oh.us11/14/201111/18/2011We are looking at having one event a day at a large school between the hours of 8 a.m. and 2 p.m.
Show new teenage driver's the importance of driving safely and not being distracted when being behind the wheel.
various schools in District 4various cities in District 44430616-18inside the schools
Kyle Herman
Premier Health Partners - Miami Valley HospitalOne Wyoming StreetDayton45409937-208-3196keherman@mvh.org10/6/20114 to 6 hours
High School Students during their homecoming dance week, dealing with texting and other distractions in the car.
 600 East Park Street Fort Loramie4584515-18High School Gym
Thomas Camden
Ohio Department of Transportation338 Muskingum Dr.Marietta45750740-568-3903tom.camden@dot.state.oh.us10/15/20118
Ohio University Alumni Homecoming Weekend
Ohio UniversityAthens45701In a Building
Mandi Abner
ODOT District 71001 St. Marys AvenueSidney45365937-497-6820937-538-0979mandi.abner@dot.state.oh.us10/18/20118 am to 3 pm, but we would like to set it up the day before if possible.
Annual Meeting and District Healthfair
6759 South CR 25 ATipp City45371Mandi Abner/Stephanie Houk937-497-6880inside building
Mandi Abner
ODOT1001 St. Marys AvenueSidney45365937-497-6820937-538-0979mandi.abner@dot.state.oh.us10/28/2011
Centerville/Beavercreek Football game
500 E. Franklin StreetCenterville45458in a parking lot
Becky Giauque
ODOT District 112201 Reiser Ave. SENew Philadelphia44663330-308-3949330-204-4526becky.giauque@dot.state.oh.us4/23/20124/26/2012
Multiple events to be held in coordination with Safe Kids Tuscarawas, including their Teen Driving Rodeo (4/25/11) and area high schools prior to proms.
Tuscarawas County16-18
Kerstin Carr
Mid-Ohio Regional Planning Commission111 Liberty St, Suite 100Columbus43068614.233.4163614.551.6800kcarr@morpc.org12/8/2011noon - 5 p.m.
MORPC Policy and Commission meeting - will allow city managers to experience the simulator and promote it within their communities to advocate for teen safety and traffic safet in general.
111 Liberty St, Suite 100Columbus4306825-657525inside of one of our conference rooms
Theresa Pollick
ODOT317 E. Poe Rd.Bowling Green4340241937344284194090368theresa.pollick@dot.state.oh.us10/31/201111/4/20118am-3pm School Hours
Port Clinton High School Driving Safety Assembly and Simulator - Sr 53 Roadway Safety Audit
821 S. Jefferson St Port Clinton4345215-19High School Cafeteria - Targets Lunch, Study Hall
Malia Watkins
Stark County Regional Planning Commission201- 3rd St. NE, Suite 201Canton44702330-451-7405mrwatkins@co.stark.oh.us3/21/20125:00 p.m. - 10 p.m.
SCRPC's Annual Dinner
3550 Columbus Rd. NECanton44705Malia Watkins330-451-740521-80in the building
Shawnna Sue Jordan
Union County Health Department/Safe Communities Coordinator940 London Ave., Suite 1100Marysville43040937-645-2032shawnna.jordan@health.co.union.oh.us12/15/20112/15/20126 hours during an evening event with high school parents and community members, and 40 hours during the school day over a period of days/weeks.
There has been a recent serious crash in Union County that involved a popular high school senior at Fairbanks High School.  The school administration wants to use this crash as a teaching tool and we/they are creating a year long campaign to address traffic safety and distracted driving.  The simulator will debut at the parent/community event and then it will be at the school for a period of days/weeks for the students to use. The dates that I have requested are flexible.  Thank you!
11158 Ohio 38Milfor Center, Ohio43045Shawnna Sue Jordan937-645-203214-18, and high school parentsmiddle, lower-middle5050at a school
Gina Veres
ProMedica Toledo Children's Hospital2142 N Cove Blvd, HMT 940Toledo43606419.291.5412419.340.3458gina.veres@promedica.org5/20/201212:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Oregon Fest - an annual community-wide, free family event that includes amusement rides, arts and crafts, stage entertainment, a variety of foods, classic car show, Civil War reenactment, exhibits of non-profit groups and organizations, health information and screenings, and a Grand Parade of over 100 units.  Oregon Fest showcases the best of the community and is a fun festival for over 10,000 participants.
Dustin RoadOregon43616www.oregonfest.netallallIn a tent on/near car dealership parking lot
Mandi Abner
ODOT District 75994 Poe AvenueDayton45424937-497-6820937-538-0977mandi.abner@dot.state.oh.us12/9/201112/15/2011During the daytime hours
Holiday event, Event at the Dayton Mall to focus on safe holiday driving, events at local basketball games in the are to get message to student drivers
several different addresses including the Dayton MallSidney and Dayton45459Mandi Abner937-538-0977inside a building
Shawnna Sue Jordan
Union County Health Department940 London Ave., Suite 1100Marysville43040937-645-2032614-657-7208shawnna.jordan@health.co.union.oh.us1/8/20121/27/201210am to 2pm
This is part of a year-long campaign to address distracted driving at a local high school.
11158 Ohio 38  Milford Center43045Shawnna Sue Jordan614-657-720814-18$23,429 per capita5050at a school, possibly in the cafeteria.
Rhonda Pees
District 11885 N. McCullough StreetLima45801419-419-9512rhonda.pees@dot.state.oh.us11/30/201112/1/20116 hours
Ridgemont FFA safety event.
162 E. Hale StreetRidgeway43345Stephanie Jolliff740-225-3955High school ageInside a school
Anthony Geise
SSOE Group1001 Madison Ave.Toledo43604419.255.3830419.722.6122AGeise@ssoe.com4/2/20124/9/2012Several days over several hours. 
At SSOE, safety is a core value and it is our policy to provide our employees, visitors, and contractors with a safe and healthy site of employment. Central  to  the  SSOE  business  culture  is  our  commitment  to  the  health  and  safety  of  our  employees, customers, visitors, and contractors in all aspects of their lives.  In support of our values and culture, SSOE and the Safety Council of Northwest Ohio would like to co-host several events during the week to promote safe driving.
Toledo and surrounding areaToledo and surrounding area43604Public area in front of SSOE headquarters, several safety events will also be schedule and we will move it around as needed.
Stephanie A. Anthony
Brookfield High School614 Bedford Rd.Brookfield44403330 448 3001stephanie.anthony@neomin.org1/27/20128:00 - 2:15
For students to gain awareness of the importance of road safety and the dangers of distractions, especially drinking and texting.
614  Bedford RdBrookfield 44403Stephanie Anthony330 448 300110th -12th graders; 9th if time60% poverty - free and reduced lunch4060In the High School Builing
Christine Myers
ODOT District 3906 Clark AvenueAshland44805419-207-7182567-203-3082Christine.Myers@dot.state.oh.us1/3/20121/5/20127:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.
Wadsworth High School - Auto Insurance Class
360 College StreetWadsworth44281Beth Lance(330) 335-140015-18In a classroom and student common area
Mary Graichen
Akron North High School985 gorge Blvd.Akron44310330 761 2665 North High School330 256 5991marygraichen@yahoo.com5/16/20118:30-3:30
prom promise
985 Gorge Blvd. Akron44310Mary Graichen330 761 266516-19 years old Juniors and Seniors50%50%In th school building
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