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VW Child Safety Initiative goes to Robinsons Antipolo

VW Child Safety Initiative goes to Robinsons Antipolo
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Following the announcement of its partnership with Robinsons Malls, Volkswagen (VW) Philippines completed another Child Safety Initiative (CSI) Junior Driving School program at Robinsons Place Antipolo last July 11 to 12. This is the fourth Robinsons Mall to get VW’s CSI project since it was launched last April 9 at the Manila International Show.

The Child Safety Initiative is VW’s corporate social responsibility project with a goal of educating young minds on the proper traffic rules, as well as to heighten their awareness on the possible dangers on the road. CSI provides children age four years and above sample driving experiences using a simulated road system.

Generating many positive responses from the kiddie participants, their parents, and observers, VW’s Junior Driving School program includes these activities for your kids: orientation conducted by a professional instructor, practice runs and photo opportunities, driving tasks completion, and the issuance of the Junior Driver’s license and souvenir photo.

You may catch the fun activities in the Child Safety Initiative on these following dates:

The Volkswagen Child Safety Initiative campaign has three institutional partners: the Safe Kids World Wide Philippines, the Department of Transportation and Communications, and the Philippine Global Road Safety Partnership. Media partners include Top Gear Philippines, The Philippine Star, Speed Magazine,Motoring Today TV, Manila Times, Auto Review TV, and

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