WANADAs ODonnell concludes 3 year term as WRAP Chairman

WANADAs ODonnell concludes 3 year term as WRAP Chairman

[I]Sober Driving coalition marks 30 years in highway safety advocacy[/I]

WANADA Executive Vice President John ODonnell convened his last meeting as chairman of the Washington Regional Alcohol Program (WRAP) last week before passing the gavel to Lieutenant Rudy Landon of the Loudoun County Sheriffs Office.

It was an honor to have served as chairman of an organization as worthy of praise and support as WRAP, said ODonnell, and Im especially pleased knowing that I helped perpetuate a nationally renowned sober driving coalition that WANADA dealers co-founded 30 years ago. WANADA CEO Gerard Murphy chaired the WRAP coalition in 1986.

For a number of years WANADA has been a corporate sponsor of the eminently successful SoberRide program where WRAP coordinates complimentary taxi rides to revelers who have been out and about drinking heavily on the various holiday occasions throughout the year.

Lt. Landon thanked ODonnell for his service and presented him with the traditional chairmans gavel, engraved with his name and the years of service as chairman, 2011 to 2013.

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