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Innocorp, ltd. to Attend Lifesavers Conference
Date:3/27/2009

Test drives of the Simulated Impaired Driving Experience(R), (SIDNE(R)), will be available

NASHVILLE, March 27 /PRNewswire/ -- Innocorp, ltd. will be attending the Lifesavers conference at the Gaylord Opryland Resort and Convention Center this Monday and Tuesday, March 30 and 31. The Lifesavers Conference is a national traffic safety conference that aims to reduce deaths and injuries on our nation's roadways.

"We are excited to demonstrate our new tools and concepts to the attendees at the Lifesavers conference," said Michael Aguilar, president of Innocorp, Ltd. "This yearly event allows us the chance to demonstrate new innovations for prevention education with organizations committed to reducing impaired driving and saving lives."

Innocorp, ltd. is a private business offering innovative solutions to educate the world about the dangers of alcohol misuse and abuse. It stands out from over 2,000 participants in the conference as an innovator with a unique approach to the problems of traffic safety. One of the company's newer educational tools, SIDNE, will be available for test drives at the conference. SIDNE offers riders the experience of driving impaired, an educational simulation that has become popular world-wide.

Aguilar will also speak about a successful motorcycle safety initiative launched by Innocorp, ltd. last year in cooperation with NHTSA (National Highway Traffic Safety Administration) called the Green-Yellow-Red (GYR) campaign. Aguilar and Officer Randy Wiessinger will share insights about the successful social marketing campaign and the importance of providing environmental support for motorcyclists motivated to ride sober, and ride safe.

Please visit Innocorp's booth #1619 at the Lifesavers conference, to learn more about unique products that simulate impairment and the GYR motorcycle safety campaign. Along with SIDNE and a number of other educational tools, t
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