Refuse To Be A Victim(R) Crime-Prevention Seminar @ The Glenwood 5/12

S.A.F.E. (Safe Atlanta For Everyone) and The Glenwood are pleased to announce open registration for S.A.F.E.’s first community Refuse To Be A Victim® crime-prevention seminar, to take place at The Glenwood on May 12, 2009 from 6:00PM-9:00PM. Co-Sponsored by S.A.F.E. and The Glenwood, this seminar is being offered as service to the Southeast Atlanta community for only $5 (the cost of the student materials plus shipping), plus the cost of any food or drink participants choose to order from The Glenwood’s award-winning menu before, during or after the seminar. To register for the seminar, please complete the online registration form before May 8, 2009. After you complete the registration form you will receive an email with instructions on how to complete the registration process. This seminar will accommodate a maximum of 32 participants on a first-registered, first-served basis, so please register early! S.A.F.E. plans to co-sponsor other seminars in Southeast Atlanta in the near future if you are unable to attend this seminar.

About Refuse To Be A Victim(R)

Refuse To Be A Victim® is a nationally-recognized three-hour crime prevention seminar designed to provide common-sense information geared towards helping seminar participants better understand criminal thinking and provide tips on maximizing home, automobile, telephone, technological and personal security. Participants learn unbiased information about carjacking prevention strategies, self-defense training options and the use of non-lethal defensive devices such as pepper spray. Refuse To Be A Victim(R) is taught by hundreds of certified instructors nationwide and has been endorsed by law enforcement agencies across the country. Refuse To Be A Victim(R) crime-prevention seminars have been presented in all fifty states and the District of Columbia and thousands of men and women have benefitted from its life-saving message. For more information about S.A.F.E.’s Refuse To Be A Victim® Workshop Co-Sponsorship program, please visit www.safe-atlanta.org/refuse-to-be-a-victim.

About S.A.F.E.

The S.A.F.E. organization grew out of the summer crime wave and kidnappings that occurred in 2008 in Southeast Atlanta. A small group of concerned citizens began meeting to identify ways to empower individuals to make their neighborhoods stronger and safer that were not being addressed by city government or neighborhood associations. For more information about S.A.F.E. and all of our community safety programs (SAFE Watch, Flyer Distribution, Graffitti Removal, Cellphone Distribution and Refuse To Be A Victim(R) Workshop Co-Sponsorship), please visit www.safe-atlanta.org.

About The Glenwood

The Glenwood is a chef-driven gastropub offering a thoughtfully-crafted wine list, over 150 beers and an eclectic seasonal menu which focuses on local and organic products. Situated in the vibrant East Atlanta Village, this versatile establishment is a principal anchor to this emerging entertainment district and is convenient to all parts of Atlanta. For more information about the Glenwood, please visit http://www.theglenwood.net.

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2 Responses

  1. Wow! We had 12 people register in the first 24 hours of open registration. As I expect the remaining seats will fill quickly, please register sooner rather than later if you would like to attend.

  2. Wow! The inagural S.A.F.E. Refuse To Be A Victim(R) seminar at The Glenwood was a great success. We had a few fewer people show up than had registered, but this appears to have been more a function of work emergencies and traffic than a desire not to attend. Those who attended provided positive feedback and some good ideas for improving delivery of the seminar, which was much appreciated!

    On the heels of this success, S.A.F.E. is working to identify a co-sponsor for its next Refuse To Be A Victim(R) seminar. If you are a member of an organizaion that may be interested in being a co-sponsor, please visit novictims.wordpress.com/rtbav for more information!

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