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Page B2 Weekend Edition, September 15, 2013, Sapulpa Daily Herald THE SAPULPA DAILY HERALD

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Driver's called to join the It Can Wait Movement


A movement is accomplished through the voices and actions of many. That is why four national wireless service providers, spearheading the It Can Wait campaign, are urging people to share their commitment to never text and drive with others on Drive 4 Pledges Day, September 19. Individuals can now sign up at ItCanWait.com to get resources that will help them share their commitment on social media and personalize the movement on the streets of their communities on key activation days. Aspiring to create a social stigma around this dangerous habit of texting while driving, Drive 4 Pledges Day will focus on getting individuals involved in taking the pledge to never text and drive while encouraging others in their community to do the same. These individuals will join AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile US, Inc., Verizon and more than 200 other organizations by sharing their commitment not to text and drive while increasing awareness of the dangers. On September 19, Drive 4 Pledges Day, supporters of the movement are called to help spread the word to their families, friends and communities. Advocates will be encouraged to do things like change their social profile photos and banner to It Can Wait graphics, and share their personal pledge stories using the hashtag #ItCanWait. Offline activations will include hosting pledge drives and distributing posters in their schools, workplaces and neighb or h o o d s All materials such as social graphics and posters will be available for download from ItCanWait.com . Individuals joining in Drive 4 Pledges Day will be part of a variety of activations and awareness campaigns coast-to-coast, including: * Nearly 2,000 Drive 4 Pledges activities will be held in communities across the nation, including more than 1,500 at high schools. Additionally, 200+ proclamations will be issued. In fact, a ConnectSafely.org 1 survey found that individuals who speak up can have a profound impact, particularly on teens. * 78% of teen drivers say they're likely not to text and drive if friends tell them its wrong or stupid. * 90% say they'd stop if a friend in the car asked them to. * 93% would stop if a parent in the car asked them to. * 44% say that they would be thankful if a passenger complained about their texting while driving. The It Can Wait movement is making a difference. One-in-three people who've seen the texting while driving message say they've changed their driving habits2, the campaign has inspired more than 2.5 million pledges never to text and drive and the recently launched "From One Second To The Next" documentary has received more than 2 million views since Aug. 8. To take the pledge and get more information, visit www.ItCanWait.com .

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NEW CONSTRUCTION underway at 206 East Hobson. Four units sized 1,250 square feat and featuring two bedrooms, and two-and-a-half baths each with single car garages are well underway. Each residence has upscale amenities including stainless steel built in appliances, granite countertops and fire suppression systems. The building exterior will be fully bricked and aesthetically match Sapulpa's historic downtown district. Inquiries on availability of units can be made to 918-224-1000.

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TTCU The Credit Union and Neo Federal Credit Union Announce Merger
TULSA TTCU The Credit Union, provider of financial services, is proud to announce the approval by the Oklahoma State Credit Union Board and the National Credit Union Administration to merge with NEO Federal Credit Union in October 2013. TTCU will continue as the ongoing credit union, and Tim Lyons, TTCU's president and CEO, will lead the combined organization. Once complete, TTCU will offer expanded products and services, added facilities and the resources to meet the needs of its members. "We are excited to welcome NEO Federal Credit Union's staff and members into the TTCU family," said Lyons. "For nearly eighty years we have brought trusted financial solutions to our members and we look forward to bringing TTCU's extraordinary service and value to the NEO membership in northeastern Oklahoma."
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The merger will be legally effective October 1st. TTCU will maintain the two existing NEO branches and will move its current Claremore branch to the Claremore NEO location. Once complete, TTCU will have 15 branches across northeast Oklahoma. About TTCU The Credit Union TTCU is the largest state-chartered credit union in Oklahoma with thirteen branches; five in Tulsa, two in Broken Arrow, one in Bixby, Jenks, Claremore, Muskogee, Owasso and Tahlequah, with one under construction in Sapulpa. Established in 1934, TTCU The Credit Union, is a $1.3 billion credit union serving over 100,000 members who are teachers, school faculty, administrators, staff, students and their families and hundreds of Select Employee Groups in NE Oklahoma with a full complement of depository, lending and financial advisory services.

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THE ROBYNN'S ROOST formerly Dreamcatcher on the Corner is opening next week in the Wells Building at 210 East Dewey. Robynn Sofield seated upon one of her own furniture creations is looking forward to meeting customers interested in Shabby Chic and new and consignment items.
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