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Posted on: August 3, 2022

[ARCHIVED] Ollie Otter's Passenger Safety Program

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Come meet Ollie Otter on August 27  at 11 am!  He is going to teach us about about automobile passenger safety, seat belts, and booster seats, plus how to be safe on the highways. 


This presentation is geared towards elementary age children. Registration is not required.           

The Ollie Otter® Seat Belt and Booster Seat Safety Program was Developed by the Tennessee Road Builders Association and Tennessee Tech University as a solution to a serious problem: lack of seat belt and booster seat education to our youth at a critical age when good safety habits are formed. This program’s primary objective is to educate children in pre-K through 4th grade with interactive programs in elementary schools through sponsorship with Tennessee Highway Safety Office. The program develops a positive opinion towards seat belt and booster seat use in the minds of children, parents, and communities as a whole. It is the expectation of the Ollie Otter® Program to provide a safer environment for children every time they ride in a vehicle.

The Ollie Otter® Seat Belt and Booster Seat Safety Program was Developed by the Tennessee Road Builders Association and Tennessee Tech University as a solution to a serious problem: lack of seat belt and booster seat education to our youth at a critical age when good safety habits are formed. This program’s primary objective is to educate children in pre-K through 4th grade with interactive programs in elementary schools through sponsorship with Tennessee Highway Safety Office. 

The program develops a positive opinion towards seat belt and booster seat use in the minds of children, parents, and communities as a whole. It is the expectation of the Ollie Otter® Program to provide a safer environment for children every time they ride in a vehicle.


Learn more at: Ollie Otter Child Passenger Safety Education 


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