Winner: Taylor on behalf of Allstate - Allstate's Once is Never Enough Program (a.k.a. the O.N.E. Program)
With its Once is Never Enough Program, Allstate and partner Taylor have taken the “you’re in good hands” tagline to the next level by putting the matter of motorcyclist safety into its hands.
“Once is Never Enough” (O.N.E.) is an awareness campaign that encourages people to look twice for motorcycles at intersections. On Facebook, Allstate encouraged people throughout the month of May to take the O.N.E. Pledge—committing to look twice for motorcycles at intersections—and share with at least one other person to spread the message. For every pledge shared, Allstate donated one dollar toward the creation and installation of more “Watch for Motorcycles” signs at dangerous intersections across the country.
Through the O.N.E. program, Allstate also works with local traffic authorities to identify dangerous intersections for riders and then donates and installs warning signs at the determined locations to increase awareness of motorcycles.
Now in its fourth year, Allstate’s O.N.E. program has evolved from general motorcycle awareness education, to installing temporary warning signs at dangerous intersections in more than 30 cities over the past two years, to the permanent installations of the new warning signs promoting motorcycle safety.
To kick off National Motorcycle Safety Awareness Month in May, the first permanent installation of the “Watch for Motorcycles” warning signs took place in Atlanta. Working closely with the Georgia Department of Transportation,
Allstate donated and installed the warning signs to help prevent motorcycle crashes at dangerous intersections in the future.
Allstate says it will continue to work with local departments of transportation across the country to identify dangerous intersections and donate and install additional signs in the future.
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