Promenade Temecula Presents Teen Expo

By: Hannah McCauley
 

Date: April 13, 2016

In Partnership with the Inland Valley Trauma Department of Southwest Healthcare System, Promenade Temecula will be hosting its fifth annual Teen Expo on Saturday, April 23rd from 1p.m. to 4p.m. at their outdoor plaza.


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The overall focus of Teen Expo is to promote safe driving and to build a better awareness of distracted driving hazards.

“Teens today need early education about general safety and motor safety, even before they are old enough to drive. These early educational programs are designed to limit their risk of fatal crashes and other everyday dangers,” said Kym Espinosa, Promenade Temecula Marketing Director.

This year’s Teen Expo will feature freestyle motocross stunts performed by Metal Mulisha riders Jimmy Fitzpatrick, Todd Potter and Wes Agee. They will also engage with the community to teach about motocross safety.

There will also be activities, demonstrations, and information booths the whole family will enjoy including the following:

- Metal Mulisha motocross performances and autograph signings

- Students Against Destructive Decisions information booth  

- California Highway Patrol Demonstration   

- Pro Ride Scooter trick riders and safety gear demonstration


- Cal Fire fire engine display

- AMR ambulance display

- Mothers Against Drunk Driving vehicle exhibit

- Teen Road to Safety

- Temecula Motorsports


“A primary goal of this event is to band together with local families as a community to ensure that teens receive the significant safety information to better understand how to protect themselves while enjoying activities they love,” Brian Connors, Director of Marketing for Southwest Healthcare System Inland Valley, told Promenade Temecula. 


The Teen Expo will be held at Promenade Temecula, 40820 Winchester Rd., Temecula, CA 92591 on April 23, 2016 from 1p.m. until 4p.m. Free admission. All ages welcome. For more information call (951) 296-0975 or visit this website.