Aug 2, 2002
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From a press release:<BR><BR>For the next time you decide to go out racing or trail/desert riding, following is information about why you might consider having one of these on you...<BR><BR>TOTALLY FREE EMERGENCY MEDICAL DECALS<BR><BR>About two months ago, a friend of Dave Kimmey, president of Engine Ice, was at a local motocross track and got hurt really bad--bad enough to get flown out. As if that wasn't bad enough, he had brought his five-year-old son with him.<BR><BR>A riding buddy was there, but he soon realized that he only knew the downed rider's name and home phone. That was no help, being no one was at home and he didn't know what to do about the rider's 5 yr. old boy. <BR><BR>Have you been in this situation before? <BR><BR>Engine Ice Hi-Performance Coolant realized that many riders do not have and/or, do not carry any emergency information on them when they're riding. Many tracks only require you to sign a waiver, but keep no actual information on each and every rider. <BR><BR>As a public service to anyone who rides and/or races a motorcycle (street or dirt), Engine Ice has decided to help do something about this.<BR><BR>TOTALLY FREE EMERGENCY MEDICAL DECALS<BR><BR>It is a high quality, vinyl decal specially coated with a write-on surface and is the size of a business card. It fits cleanly on the underside of a motocross helmet visor without distracting your vision. On the card is space for riders name, Date of Birth, Medical Allergies, Medical History and Emergency Phone #.<BR><BR>"This could save your life or the life of a friend. Myself and the staff at Engine Ice hope that by year's end, every rider will have one of these, or something similar on his or her helmet," said Engine Ice president David Kimmey. <BR><BR>To receive your free Medical Decal, send a Postage Paid, self addressed envelope to:<BR><BR>Engine Ice<BR>Dept.: Medical Decals<BR>707 SW 3rd Ave<BR>Boynton Beach, FL 33426<BR><BR>