Allen, Allen, Allen & Allen Launches Sober Ride Home Initiative for Innsbrook Afterhours 2011

  • April 22, 2011
  • News

Richmond, Virginia – The personal injury law firm of Allen, Allen, Allen & Allen, one of Virginia’s oldest and largest law firms, announced today the launch of Sober Ride Home, a new community initiative designed to keep Greater Metro Richmond area streets safe.

Allen, Allen, Allen & Allen will provide a Sober Ride Home to anyone leaving Innsbrook Afterhours (www.innsbrookafterhours.com) events – from April 28, 2011 to August 20, 2011 in Greater Metro Richmond, Virginia. Innsbrook Afterhours 2011 schedule will include Lynyrd Skynyrd, Stone Temple Pilots, Melissa Etheridge, and other musical acts throughout the season.

“The Allen Law Firm is offering our Sober Ride Home campaign in Greater Metro Richmond to encourage designated drivers and demonstrate our commitment to serving the community, celebrating with the community. We want to do our part to help ensure safe experiences,” said Douglas A. Barry, President of Allen, Allen, Allen & Allen. “It’s a simple deed that we’re performing throughout the summer to continue to make Richmond a happier, healthier, and safer place to live and work.”

Representatives from the law firm and Napoleon Taxi will be present at every Innsbrook Afterhours event at the Allen & Allen Sober Ride Home tent located on site to hand out bottled water to designated drivers who sign a sober driver pledge and to arrange transportation for those who need a Sober Ride. “We encourage all designated drivers to stop by the Sober Ride Home tent for a bottle of water and if someone needs a sober ride, just ask and we will quickly arrange for a cab ride back home in Greater Metro Richmond with Napoleon Taxi,” said Barry. “The Allen Law Firm will pick up half of the tab to get you home safely as part of the firm’s ongoing effort to positively impact the community it serves.”

Half off of rides are only applicable for transportation from the Innsbrook Afterhours Snagajob.com Pavilion to a person’s home in Greater Metro Richmond. Rides to another drinking establishment are not applicable.