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Former MADD National President Joins Innocorp, ltd.
Date:4/8/2009

VERONA, Wis., April 8 /PRNewswire/ -- While Wisconsin legislators brainstorm ways to reduce significant levels of drunk driving in the state, a private business continues to find innovative solutions to educate the world about the dangers of alcohol misuse and abuse. Innocorp President Michael Aguilar announced today that former National President of Mothers Against Drunk Driving, Mr. Glynn Birch, has been named as Innocorp's Vice President of Community Outreach and Education Services.

"Impaired driving is one of the leading causes of death in Wisconsin, but it doesn't have to be," said Birch. "I'm proud to become a part of a company that continues to contribute new and innovative tools in the fight against drunk driving and underage drinking. We refuse to accept needless deaths and injuries."

"Glynn brings years of experience to Innocorp, related to the problem of impaired driving," said Aguilar. "We are fortunate to have Glynn on our team to help us develop new campaigns and tools that help address the abuse of alcohol and other drugs."

Birch comes to Innocorp after serving from July 2005 to June 2008 as MADD's primary international spokesperson and resident expert on drunk driving. Glynn became a member of MADD after his youngest son, Courtney, was killed by a speeding drunk driver. He made history becoming the organization's first male president. Glynn has accepted the position with Wisconsin-based Innocorp, ltd. to promote and assist their ongoing success in developing health, safety and prevention tools and campaigns.

According to Birch, Innocorp Fatal Vision(R) Impairment Simulation Goggles and other impaired driving simulation education tools give a person the experience and knowledge of impairment while they are sober enough to realize the consequences of drinking and driving.

"I admire the active, educational role Innocorp plays in preventing drunk driving injuries and fatalities," said Birch.

Aguilar said Birch's passion for the cause makes him a natural fit within the company.

"With Glynn's help," said Aguilar, "the company is looking forward to releasing new tools and social marketing campaigns that will save lives."

For more information about Innocorp, ltd. and its products, go to www.fatalvision.com.


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