The West Virginia Helmet Truck Visits The Randolph County 2016 Hooked on Fishing Not on Drugs Expo

Colombo Law teamed up with the WVU Medicine Trauma Center to take the West Virginia Helmet Truck to the Hooked on Fishing Not on Drugs (HOFNOD) Expo on Saturday April 2, 2016 at Elkins High School. HOFNOD aims to prevent drug and alcohol abuse by promoting healthy lifestyle choices.

While this is the 10th year that Colombo Law has provided free child photo IDs to parents to help in the event a child is lost, it is the first year that Colombo Law has partnered with the West Virginia University Medicine Trauma Center to provide children with free bike helmets and information on bicycle safety. We are happy to announce that we gave out 288 helmets and 260 child photo IDs this weekend at the HOFNOD Expo.

We loved having the chance to participate in the HOFNOD Expo this past weekend. Colombo Law has provided thousands of child photo ID throughout the years at this event and we are pleased to have opportunity to have provided helmets to children in North Central West Virginia. We look forward to continue supporting the mission of HOFNOD to help end drug and alcohol abuse.

Colombo law is committed to keeping the children in our community safe. That is why the West Virginia Helmet Truck will be making visits throughout the next several months to ensure that the children in our community can stay safe while riding their bikes.

On Saturday, April 9, the West Virginia Helmet Truck will be at the WVU Medicine Children’s Kids Fair at the Morgantown Mall from 10:00AM to 3:00PM giving out bicycle helmets. Make sure to stop by this weekend to get your children a bicycle helmet to make sure they stay safe while they play.


by Colombo Law
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