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Drowsy Driving Prevention Week: napnook Awareness

recharj November 4, 2014 1 comments 0

[su_dropcap style=”default” size=”3″ class=””]T[/su_dropcap]he National Sleep Foundation has declared this week, November 2-9, 2014, “Drowsy Driving Prevention Week®” in an effort to reduce the number of fatigue-related accidents on the road. At napnook, we will be spreading awareness of Drowsy Driving Prevention Week® by showcasing our hippo mascot in purple!

[blockquote type=”intext”]“The napnook purple hippo will be displayed as a symbol for drowsy driving prevention.”[/blockquote]

The napnook purple hippo will be displayed as a symbol for drowsy driving prevention. Of course, throughout the week, our campaign will include education about the underrepresented risks of drowsy driving as well as tips and information to keep drivers safe. To learn more, follow us on social media and on our blog!

If you would like to join the conversation and spread awareness for Drowsy Driving Prevention Week®, add our logo as a badge to your website:




Here’s a sneak peek…

Similar to the effects of drunk driving, driving while sleepy or fatigued can causes:

  • Impaired reaction time, judgment and vision
  • Problems with information processing and short-term memory
  • Decreased performance, vigilance and motivation
  • Increased moodiness and aggressive behaviors

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One Comment

  1. Julio

    I think they should ancunone very soon. It was supposed to be September but they kept postponing. Follow Kuwait University official twitter account. They will ancunone there so you won’t miss it. As for the TOEFL, GRE and GMAT, you have to submit along with your application but you can submit newer GMAT, TOEFL and GRE scores to the department you are applying to before the interviews.


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