Introducing Flagman!
The icon for Slow Down Move Over

Every 4.65 days an Emergency First Responder is struck and killed working on America's roadways.

Rise with Flagman™
to stop deaths before they happen.

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Understanding the Threat

Every day in the US, Emergency Responders are struck by vehicles and killed in preventable collisions.

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On average a first responder is struck and killed while on the job every 4.65 days.

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# of  Emergency Responders struck and killed in 2021.

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# of people struck and killed outside their disabled vehicles between 2015 and 2018. *AAA

These fatalities are on the rise together with your help we can stop deaths before they happen.

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Flagman™ Arrives on the Scene

Flagman needs your help to educate the driving public on how to safely navigate roadside emergencies.

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Meet Flagman!

“When my brother Corey was struck and killed, the importance of Introducing Flagman the icon for Slow Down Move Over moved from my head to my heart.” – Cindy Iodice

After being confronted by this tragedy, the Iodice family is leveraging over 70 years in the towing industry to bring Flagman™ and his message of ‘Slow Down Move Over‘ to the forefront of public conversation.

Join the Flagman movement to make a difference and save lives. Learn more about becoming part of the solution. Become an advocate. Become a partner.

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Flagman™ is on a Mission

Flagman’s Slow Down Move Over Campaign Initial Goals

Develop Key Partnerships

Flagman Inc. will champion an organization-to-organization partnership strategy to reach potential sponsors and affiliates. By utilizing this multi-channel approach, Flagman Inc. will be able to carry out its mission in its entirety and efficiently make strides towards its vision. Revenue generation from donations and sponsorships will fuel the organization and ensure sustainability. The Flagman Inc. mission to reduce struck-by-vehicle injuries and fatalities nationwide can only be achieved with support from industry leaders like you.

Our initial goals include securing endorsements, financial support, insight, consultation and advocacy support from Industry and Corporate sponsors.

The Flagman Inc. mission to reduce struck-by-vehicle fatalities nationwide can only be achieved with support from, and collaboration with, industry leaders and institutions.

Launch Pilot Safety Campaigns

In year one, Flagman Inc. will launch a multi-state pilot program public service announcement (PSA) safety driver awareness campaign utilizing multimedia digital platforms, visual, print, and social media content AND aggressively promote educational outreach programs in our schools. Flagman Inc. will foster a direct and indirect marketing core, with an emphasis on organization-to-organization marketing. This approach allows for rapid growth by tapping into the existing needs of organizations that interact with the target market Flagman Inc. intends to serve. Flagman Inc. will conduct market research and focus group studies to gauge the campaign’s impact then strategize efforts for additional phases in the implementation of nationwide scaling.

K-12 Education Outreach Programs

Flagman Inc. will map out a unique model to gain quick and sustainable acceptance and work its way to achieving its goals. With the help of local Parent Teacher Associations (PTA), Police Departments, Board of Education committees and volunteers, Flagman Inc. will initiate an Education Outreach Program immediately engaging children K-12 in school assemblies. By creating partnerships amongst national educational communities and organizations, Flagman Inc. will thoughtfully influence our children and our educators and positively position Flagman Inc.’s Slow Down Move Over driver awareness safety campaign as a change maker.

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Flagman™ Needs Your Help

Advocacy, Financial Sponsorship, and Stay Informed

Advocacy

Flagman Inc. needs advocates like you, who are willing to start conversations and be brand ambassadors. To find out more about what Advocacy for Flagman could look like, email us here.

Sponsorship

Flagman Inc. is a tax exempt 501(c)3 non-profit organization focused on saving lives. Financial contributions from Partners like you will help Flagman Inc. build its brand and roll out the national driver safety awareness campaign. Your financial support today will save lives tomorrow.

Stay Informed

Flagman Inc. is poised to do great things. Sign-up for email updates by using the button below so Flagman can keep you informed of the campaign’s progress and new ways we can all help save lives.

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Those Left Behind Are Forever Changed

Every Day, Emergency Responders are Struck by Vehicles and Killed in Preventable Collisions

Chris Iodice
Iodice Family Transport
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Marci and Bill Gratzianna (ITRHFM Board President)
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Police Chief Robert Kalamaras
Fairfield, Connecticut
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Bobby Barbieri
Chippy’s Service Station
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Sean Strollo
Strollo’s Towing Service
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Police Lieutenant Mike Paris
Fairfield, Connecticut
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Chris Iodice <br> Iodice Family Transport
Chris Iodice
Iodice Family Transport
Marci and Bill Gratzianna (ITRHFM Board President)<br> O’Hare’s Towing
Marci and Bill Gratzianna (ITRHFM Board President)
O’Hare’s Towing
Police Chief Robert Kalamaras<br>Fairfield, Connecticut
Police Chief Robert Kalamaras
Fairfield, Connecticut
Bobby Barbieri<br> Chippy’s Service Station
Bobby Barbieri
Chippy’s Service Station
Sean Strollo<br> Strollo’s Towing Service
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Strollo’s Towing Service
Police Lieutenant Mike Paris<br> Fairfield, Connecticut
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Fairfield, Connecticut
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Chris Iodice
Iodice Family Transport

Marci and Bill Gratzianna (ITRHFM Board President)
O’Hare’s Towing

Police Chief Robert Kalamaras, Fairfield, CT 

Bobby Barbieri
Chippy’s Service Station

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