The event focused around safe and responsible driving, with specific attention to the dangers and education of drunk driving. At the event the youth got to experience the new twelve thousand dollar driving simulator by Virtual Interactive that features driving courses and real life video simulation of the ER, courtroom, jail, and job interview. The keynote speaker was Dr. Chris Olson, professor at DSU, that was in a drunk driving accident that left his fiance dead and him paralyzed. Sheriff Frank Krumm engaged with the youth by giving them a tour of the new law enforcement center complete with a look at the holding cells and presentation of his decades long experience as a former Highway Patrolman and now Sheriff on how dangerous drinking and driving is. Also the youth got to hear from the amazing Deputy Kathy Adams and Kelly, the drug dog, about impaired driving with a demonstration of her patrol vehicle and the many substances that can make people impaired.