Wednesday, September 9, 2009

Georgia Named as Motorcycle Safety Foundation Announces 2008 Award Winners

Each year, the Motorcycle Safety Foundation acknowledges outstanding achievement and excellence in rider education and training, honoring agencies, organizations, programs, dealers, the media and individuals who enhance motorcycle safety.

“The awards are our way of providing recognition and a thank you to those dedicated, hard-working and often unsung champions of rider education and training,” said Tim Buche, MSF president. “Whether the award recognizes an individual or an organization, behind it all you’ll find people devoted to the common goal of motorcyclist safety.”

The Motorcycle Safety Foundation Awards for 2008 in Georgia are:

Outstanding RiderCoaches:
Donn A. Johnson, GA

Outstanding State Licensing Program:
Georgia Motorcycle Safety Program -
Department of Driver Services, GA

A multi-disciplinary evaluation committee composed of experienced professionals in the motorcycle safety field selected the award winners from nominations received from the training community. The committee of nine included the collective experience of four MSF staff members, three state administrators, and two RiderCoach Trainers.

“The MSF is honored to provide a forum for peer review when it comes time to acknowledge those in the training community who give of their time and energy to enhance safety for riders,” said Buche.

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