Former Arlington Police Chief Douglas Scott was honored at Washington Regional Alcohol Program (WRAP) annual meeting on Friday, Oct 16 with its 2015 Law Enforcement Award.
WRAP commemorated its 33rd year of fighting drunk driving and underage drinking during its 2015 annual luncheon meeting and WRAPPY Awards ceremony held at Maggiano’s Little Italy in Washington, D.C.
In the last 12 months alone, WRAP removed2,049 would-be drunk drivers from Greater Washington’s roadways via its free cab ride service, SoberRide.
Others honored by WRAP were:
2015 Community Partnership Award
AT&T, GEICO, Glory Days Grill, Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments,
Red Top Cab of Arlington, Virginia Commonwealth University’s Center for School-Community Collaboration and Virginia’s Department of Behavioral Health
2015 Youth Leadership Award
Prince George’s County Public School’s Instructional Supervisor of Health Education Nana Donkor
2015 Media Partnership Award
Connection Newspapers’ Publisher & Editor Mary Kimm
Public Service Award
Kathy Afzali (R-Carroll & Frederick Counties), Maryland House of Delegates, and William Folden (R-Frederick County), Maryland House of Delegates
2015 Chairman’s Award
Glory Days Grill’s Vice President of Operations Gary Cohen
Public Partnership Award
District of Columbia Department of Transportation, Maryland Highway Safety Office and
Virginia Highway Safety Office
2015 Corporate Sponsorship Award
(Contributing $5,000 or more to WRAP in fiscal year 2015): AAA Mid-Atlantic Beer Institute Bobby McKey’s Dueling Piano Bar Constellation Brands Diageo District of Columbia Association of Beverage Alcohol Wholesalers Enterprise Rent-A-Car Foundation for Advancing Alcohol Responsibility GEICO Giant Food MillerCoors Restaurant Association Metropolitan Washington Volkswagen Group of America Washington Area New Automobile Dealers Association Wine & Spirits Wholesalers of America
2015 Corporate Partnership Award
Anheuser-Busch and Local Distributors