Wisconsin's AARP Driver Safety Program is celebrating and recognizing teachers this summer through an Educator Appreciation Promotion.
Mid-Wisconsin Bank will be hosting an AARP Driver Safety course on August 1, 2012 from 9am - 1pm at its Neillsville branch located at 500 West Street. All current and retired educators and school personnel are invited to take a driver safety classroom course for just $5 (saving up to $9 off the normal course price).
AARP Driver Safety's Educator Appreciation Promotion is offered to those individuals who have been an educator, or have worked for a school district or university in any capacity. This includes everyone from custodians, secretaries, aides, pre-school teachers, college professors, guidance counselors, school nurses, cafeteria workers, and even parents who home-school their children.
Participants redeeming the $5 course offer will not be asked to provide any form of educator identification, but will be required to fill out a coupon.
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