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Super Bowl Safety

It’s an annual event for many. Friends and family will gather around the flat screen across the Sunflower State on Feb. 5 in a midwinter tradition known as Super Bowl Sunday.  While sharing the latest cheese dip or hearty bowls of chili, many also may be more inclined to drink and drive. This is why the Kansas Department of Transportation is urging Kansans to plan ahead to avoid driving impaired.  In addition to encouraging partygoers to designate a driver or to make other game-day travel plans, party hosts should take steps to make sure their guests don’t remember the party for all the wrong reasons. Show all your guests that you care for their safety by offering their designated drivers the best seat to watch the game, front-of-the-line buffet privileges or a special party gift. Before kickoff, arrange ride-sharing for guests without a designated driver. Have plenty of nonalcoholic beverages on hand, and serve plenty of food.