Tuesday, February 26th, 2013 - No Second Chance
Attention: Program commences at 2pm and will run until approximately 3.30pm at Scotch College

No Second Chance (N2C) launches in Adelaide – first program for the year on Wednesday 27 February at Scotch College www.n2c.com.au

No Second Chance (N2C) is a revolutionary Youth Safety Campaign with the objective of saving teenage lives by educating Australia’s young men and women on the dangers of street violence and the realities of road carnage.

Two of the most prolific killers of teenage Australians are death or serious injury from street violence and road accidents.

N2C will confront the youth of Australia and shock them into making smart decisions regarding their own safety.

The N2C program is guaranteed to cut through to the youth of Australia via its two presenters and youth focused marketing channels.

The N2C program will utilise the dynamic medium of motorsport to capture the interest and short attention span of today’s youths.

McElrea Racing driver Warren Luff will promote the N2C program via major signage on his Porsche 911 in the 2013 Australian Carrera Cup championship.

As ambassador and Master of Ceremonies at the N2C school events Warren will illustrate how being focussed, staying safe and making good life decisions can lead to the opportunity to live your dreams.

N2C will use the noise, colour, glamour, speed and attraction of world class motor racing to attract the attention of the teenage Australians and direct them to the N2C social media portals.

N2C will address it’s target market, Australian teens, in strategically arranged events at high Schools throughout Australia.

Speaker Paul Stanley of the Matthew Stanley Foundation www.matthewstanleyfoundation.com.au experienced the horror of turning off the life support system for his 15 year old son, Matthew, after he was bashed at a teenage party in 2006.

The second speaker, Matt Speakman www.mattspeakman.com was paralysed 20 years ago when he was knocked off his motorcycle by a drunk driver and his passenger killed.

Both Paul and Matt have paid the ultimate price for other peoples bad decisions and are both passionate about reducing the disgraceful statistics relating to Australian youth safety.

N2C will run their events at a high school preceding each round of the Australian Carrera Cup Championship.

Contact Profile

Louise Convy

P: 041854398
W: n2c.com.au/


Scotch College, No Second Chance, Matt Speakman, Warren Luff, Paul Stanley


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