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Highway safety information available through Twitter and Facebook

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The millions of users of Facebook, Twitter and YouTube can now access a broad range of safe driving information provided by the Louisiana Highway Safety Commission. The expansion to social media sites will make highway safety information available to motorists who might otherwise not be reached through traditional media.

“Posting our safety messages on Facebook, Twitter and YouTube greatly expands our outreach to people of all ages, especially to younger motorists who are sometimes more challenging to reach through traditional media,” said Lt. Col. John LeBlanc, executive director of the Louisiana Highway Safety Commission.

Links to the new social media accounts are prominently displayed on the Commission’s website at www.lahighwaysafety.org. The sites can also be reached directly at:

www.twitter.com/lahighwaysafety

www.youtube.com/LaHighwaySafety

www.facebook.com/pages/Louisiana-Highway-Safety-Commission/159474484121121

Information posted on the social media sites includes announcements concerning highway safety issues, news of special enforcement efforts, advertisements relating to safety issues, state crash statistics, videos and other materials. The public can conduct keyword searches of posts and videos on Twitter and YouTube, and Facebook users can connect with the Commission’s page to receive updates.

Harmon, smith and Vourvoulias likewise uses this blog and website to provide information helpful to the driving public and to those who may be charged with driving offenses or alcohol related offense. If you are charged with DWI or DUI or need representation regarding your license suspension call our offices at 504.680.4303.

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About Gary Smith

Gary is a founding member of Harmon, Smith & Vourvoulias L.L.C. Gary represents clients whose cases involve maritime and admiralty law and litigation. In addition to practicing law, Gary serves as a State Senator in the Louisiana Senate.Gary Smith's Google+ Profile

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