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ADOT signs to display winning public submissions

Posted: 2:15 PM, Jun 14, 2019
Updated: 2019-06-14 20:08:19-04
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PHOENIX — Arizona Department of Transportation signs will display two new messages this weekend across the state. The two messages were submitted by people online as part of a public competition for clever and informative signs.

The two winning messages are:

“Drive like the person your dog thinks you are,” submitted by Mitzie Warner of Chandler.

And:

“Drink & Drive? Meet police & see new bars,” submitted by David Posey of San Tan Valley.

“These messages are wonderful and because the public invested their time into voting for their favorites, hopefully they carry a little more meaning and driver’s will take the messages to heart when they see them this weekend over Arizona’s highways,” said ADOT Director John Halikowski. “Even as a cat owner, I can appreciate the sentiment of wanting to live up to being the people our pets believe us to be.”