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Group Donates Motorcyle Awareness Signs to Jackson

By Erica Williams
By ewilliams@wbbjtv.com

JACKSON, Tenn- The Motorcycle Awareness Foundation of Tennessee (M.A.F.T) donated 10 signs to the City of Jackson, to promote highway safety. The signs, that read "Watch for Motorcycles", were donated during an event at City Hall.

M.A.F.T members said the signs were a part of their awareness program to educate drivers in Tennessee.

"The biggest problem we have found with traffic and awareness is that people are not educated to watch for motorcycles," said Terry Hagmemier, M.A.F.T Regional Director.

M.A.F.T has also donated signs to the cities of Savannah, Selmer, Adamsville, and Crump.

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