Logan's Promise Shares Important Message at Thunderbolts Game

It's a night full of partying, which means there will be a lot of people enjoying some adult beverages. Logan's Promise was at the Thunderbolts game tonight to remind people not to drink and drive.

"I don't have words to express it," Thunderbolts owner Mike Hall says. 

It was a sea of red, blue...and orange. 

"We're able to reach out to thousands of people so it's about the message," Charles Brown, Logan's father says. 

A message that will play part in a lot of Tri-Staters evening plans. 

Connie Mason, a volunteer for Logan's Promise says, "Of all the holidays out of the year we have to worry about the people partying tonight and we're not against that we just want people to have a plan and make sure they get home safe."

Logan's Promise teamed up with the Thunderbolts, creating exposure for the city's new team, and an organization that wants people to make smart decisions on one of the biggest nights for celebrations. 

"It's been great we've got a lot of signatures on the table and that's what tonight's all about so yeah I'm extremely happy," Hall says. 

Amy Doti says, "I think it's pretty cool because that's one of the reasons we came here instead of partying...because drinking and driving problems."

Last New Year's Eve, Evansville police say there were no DUI arrests in Evansville, and Logan's promise wants that trend to continue. 

Stephanie Weiner from Henderson says, "I've definitely been like 'Oh my gosh watch out for that person he looks like he's had a few drinks.'"

"The tragedies keep happening and we had to find a way to make a difference," Brown says. "I think when they see us out and about and they see the strength we have and the desire for change and see that it's okay to take a stand against something and just be out in the community."

As people count down the final seconds left in the year, many may raise a glass, but others just want to keep raising awareness. 

"Evansville we got this," Brown says. 

Logan's Promise will be at the Ace's game tomorrow. The proceeds will go towards the organization. If you need a ride tonight, Logan's Promise has teamed up with Yellow Cab, and will pay for your ride within the city limits from 11 p.m. until 3 a.m. 

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