Ticat home games may feel a bit more away this year but we definitely don’t want that to stop you from cheering on our boys in black and gold.
In fact, thanks to our round-trip shuttle service, getting to Guelph couldn’t be easier.
As a presenting sponsor of the Hamilton Tiger-Cats for the 2013 season, Findlay Personal Injury Lawyers is sponsoring the Findlay Fan Express, a low-cost, convenient, safe and environmentally-friendly way to get to and from games in Guelph. For less than it costs to park three minutes from Alumni Stadium, you’ll get service right to the front door. And you can sit back and enjoy the ride, knowing a professional is at the wheel and we’re filling the tank.
The Findlay Fan Express service starts in time for the first home game on Thursday June 20. Get all the details, including pickup locations in Hamilton and Burlington, on the Ticats website.
Our involvement in this project shouldn’t come as a surprise.
First, we’re huge Tiger-Cat fans (okay, not all of us, but the ones that count). Second, we’ve used our sponsorship of the team as a platform to share important prevention messages in the past—if you’re a regular at home games, you may have worn one of our paper Ticat helmets to show your team spirit and promote helmet safety. But most important, in terms of our 2013 involvement, is our commitment to reducing the incidence of drinking and driving.
In previous years, the HSR’s Ticat shuttle service has been an excellent way for fans to get to and from Ivor Wynne without being concerned they’ve celebrated (or drowned their sorrows) with a little too much enthusiasm. This year, with home games played up Highway 6 in Guelph, the HSR won’t get fans quite far enough.
So we’ve stepped in with the Findlay Fan Express and our tagline “Ride the buzz…feel the roar.”
Don’t get us wrong. When we say “ride the buzz,” we aren’t advocating heavy drinking…or even drinking at all. We’re simply drawing attention to the fact that people who say they would never drive drunk may get behind the wheel after “a couple of drinks.” You may think you’re only buzzed, but you may not be fit to drive.
That’s because “one or two drinks” can mean very different things in terms of impairment, depending on whether you’re a man or a woman. Large or small. Calm, excited or tired. An experienced drinker or a newbie. Full or hungry. Drinking a light beer or going XXX. And on and on.
So why take the risk? Enjoy the game and get home safe with the Findlay Fan Express.
Don’t drive buzzed…ride the buzz.
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