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Project Edward stops off in Wiesbaden

- International road safety campaign visits VITRONIC

Wiesbaden, 19 September 2019 - The international road safety campaign Project Edward has stopped at VITRONIC in Wiesbaden. The campaign of the European police organisation Tispol is intended to draw attention to the still very high number of traffic victims. TISPOL is organising a road trip across Europe and visiting organisations that make an important contribution to increasing road safety. Edward stands for European Day Without A Road Death in Europe.

The Project Edward team was welcomed by VITRONIC Sales Manager Daniel Scholz-Stein, who emphasized the importance of education for the risks of road traffic. Together with employees and representing the entire company, Scholz-Stein backed the campaign's goal of reducing the number of road deaths to zero in the long term. The Project Edward campaign will run until 26 September and will visit the European Commission in Brussels before ending with a closing event in Dublin.

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