Rodeo Weekend: No Bull Checkpoint

Don't Drink and Drive one of these

Don't Drink and Drive one of these
Don’t Drink and Drive one of these
This year the Tucson Rodeo started with a colorful parade as it has for the past 90 years. The Pima County Sheriff’s Department is committed to ensure the safety of visitors, participants and residents. Large events like this one can lead to an increase in consumption of alcohol and/or other intoxicants.

As a preventative measure, the Sheriff’s Department will conduct a DUI checkpoint on February 28th, 2015. We would like to remind motorists: The first ability you lose when intoxicated is your

Even though you may be under the impression you are still capable operating a motor vehicle, you may in fact not be. Driving yourself and possibly even others while being intoxicated can have deadly consequences.

Be smart about your choices. Remember your choices:

 Get a ride.
 Use a designated driver service.
 Make a plan and stick to it.
 Don’t let others drive impaired.

Operational funding and equipment were made available through grants awarded by the Governor’s Office of Highway Safety.

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  1. met some professional “Bull” providers at the National Pro Rodeo finals in Las Vegas – quite specialized selection for the best in riding bulls – they get huge prices for having the best in bulls – one company may provide 3 or 4 bulls – selected by riders – the bulls live specialized lives of training hanging around being a bull and then perform for a couple of times a year and they are done for the year.

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