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The virtual benefit concert will air on Thursday, October 14 at 4 p.m. ET.
We invite you to join us for our fourth annual Phones Down, Eyes Up event, featuring musical performances from our talented Geotabbers. The concert is in memory of Brandon Walli, son of long-time Geotabber Tom Walli, to raise awareness about the dangers of distracted driving and walking.
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Can’t tune into the concert? No worries! Join us for our rescreenings on:
• Friday, October 15 at 4 p.m. ACT
• Friday, October 15 at 4 p.m. CET (Europe)
About the Phone Down, Eyes Up benefit concert - In honor of Brandon Walli
For the fourth year in a row, Geotab hosts the Phones Down, Eyes Virtual Benefit Concert to raise awareness surrounding the dangers of distracted driving and the responsibility we all have in helping to reduce traffic and pedestrian-related incidents.
Enjoy the musical talents of Geotabbers from the comfort of your home or office. With more than 19 performances produced in some of the best recording studios around the globe, there’s sure to be a song that will bring music to your ears. Whether it’s classical concertos on the piano or hardcore rock, there’s something for everyone!
Tune in on Thursday, October 14 at 4 p.m. ET!
If you are unable to join the live event, we encourage you to join our rescreenings, which will be held on Friday, October 15 at 4 p.m. ACT and 4 p.m. CET.
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Creating a safer world
Geotab is a strong advocate for the power of technology and its ability to create positive change, especially in the areas of fleet optimization and driver safety. Everyone can play a role in helping improve road safety and reduce traffic fatalities and injuries.
For every person that watches the virtual benefit concert, Geotab will donate $5 to Brake, a registered charity with various global initiatives that promote road safety, sustainable transport and the support of road crash victims.
Stay alert, stay safe
Did you know that in the U.S. alone, distracted driving results in more than 3,000 deaths annually? Distracted walking injuries are also on the rise and are a significant safety threat. Whether we are in the car or on foot, we need to be aware of our surroundings and to have our Phones Down and our Eyes Up!
It is just as important to walk cell-free as it is to drive cell-free. Pedestrians and drivers using cell phones are both impaired and too mentally distracted to fully focus on their surroundings. In fact, 47% of Canadians admit that they have typed out or used the voice-memo feature to send a message while driving. Just remember, no call, text or update is worth putting your life, or someone else’s, in danger.
In a highly connected world, it’s important that we disconnect both on and off the roads. Everyone has the responsibility to create safer roads for drivers and pedestrians.
Make these small changes to make a big difference:
• Avoid touching or looking at your phone while you drive.
• Put your phone on do not disturb mode so you aren’t tempted to check it.
• Be aware of your surroundings while crossing the street by staying off your phone.
The Phones Down, Eyes Up benefit concert is held annually in honor and memory of Brandon Walli.
Sadly, Brandon lost his life at the age of 23 while crossing the road in 2016. Brandon’s father, Tom Walli, and Geotab have teamed up each year to host this free and informational concert event to shed light on managing device distraction in everyday life.
Brandon and Tom Walli shared a passion for music. In honor of Brandon Walli, this year Geotab is offering a scholarship as part of Phones Down, Eyes Up for those pursuing post-secondary education in music and the arts.
Donations collected at the Phones Down, Eyes Up benefit concert will go towards the scholarship and Geotab will match the amount raised. This scholarship is open to students graduating from a secondary school in 2022.