Kisling, Nestico & Redick: Fights Driving While Distracted

Driving while distracted has become a growing problem in the last several years, with the advent of communications devices, like smart phones.One of the most fatal distractions drivers make is to text while driving. In 2017, texting/emailing and driving made up nearly 40% of drivers being distracted in fatal crashes, according to Ohio’s state highway patrol.

The law firm of Kisling, Nestico & Redick has taken up the challenge of working to create safer roads by shining a light on the epidemic of texting and driving, with its KNR Don’t Text & Drive Scholarship. KNR announced Elianna Norin as the winner of the $5,000 scholarship for creating the most compelling presentation to persuade young people to refrain from texting while driving. Josh Angelotta, the senior partner of Kisling, Nestico & Redick, awarded the 18 year old Norin with the scholarship.

Norin’s application won out over more than 400 qualified applicants because of the ingenuity she put into her public service announcement.

Norin’s script went something like this: A driver and passenger were driving to their destination when the driver stops to put a blindfold on for about five seconds. As the passenger observes the driver’s behavior in disbelief, the camera would shift to show the driver is looking down at her phone, not wearing a blindfold. This powerful metaphor shows how dangerous texting while driving can be.

Norin noted that texting and driving at the same time, is dangerous and is a troublesome problem with today’s drivers, particularly with teens. She stated that it is the time to think about using the most effective ways to reach teens with a message that will show them how distracting it is to be on their phones while performing an important act such as driving, which takes the lives of others into their hands.

Eliana Norin has plans to attend Savannah College of Art and Design where she will use the $5,000 Kisling, Nestico & Redick Don’t Text and Drive Scholarship towards tuition for a degree in graphic design and animation.

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Stream Energy Feels Good About the Work They Do

The main focus of the Stream Energy brand is to make sure they’re providing a service to their customers. They know how to help them save money on their energy bills and that’s something that pushes the company to keep doing things the right way. They want their customers to know they’re doing everything in the best way possible and they feel they’re able to make more out of all the issues people typically have when it comes to their energy. Stream Energy also knows a lot about what they can do to help make the company better and that’s a big part of the way they handle their work opportunities. Since they can help people see what they need to do, they started a philanthropic effort. Their response was to make sure they had Stream Cares. The Stream Cares brand allowed them to focus on what they needed to do and that was something that made more sense for the company. Between working on their own and doing things that would help others, Stream Energy became successful.

It wasn’t always an easy road for Stream Energy, but they felt they were doing the best job possible. They also felt things would continue changing so they didn’t have to worry about how they would succeed in the future. It took some time, but Stream Energy knew what they had to do and how they were going to make more out of all the options they had for their customers.

Whether they were working with customers or with people they helped through their philanthropic efforts, Stream Energy felt they had a chance to do things on their own. They wanted to make sure there were opportunities for success and they always pushed to give people things that would change the future. It’s a good idea to keep trying to always let people know how they can succeed and what they need to do to make more out of different situations. This is what allows them to be successful and it’s also something that helps people see the company as a more legitimate option in the industry.

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