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COVID-19, the "invisible" enemy has placed a tremendous amount of "emotional" stress on our teens, teachers, parents and lawmakers. It's NOT getting any easier. Period. And now, to add in the mix, SPRING-BREAK 2021!

Posted on March 20, 2021 06:48 pm


COVID-19, the "invisible" enemy has placed a tremendous amount of "emotional" stress on our teens, teachers, parents and lawmakers. It's NOT getting any easier. Period.  And now, to add in the mix, SPRING-BREAK 2021!
 
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE 03.01.21:
 
 (Tampa, FL) — Tampa Bay, Florida based Teen Tyme and Stacey Spencer Consulting says, in the wake of the tragic death of the late Deputy Michael Magli, 30 killed by a drunk driver, these Maximum Safety Tips and firm Conversations need to happen immediately among our young teenage drivers. “Communication” is still the #1 Key Emotional Source this SPRING-BREAK 2021 amid the Coronavirus.
 
SPRING-BREAK 2021, amid COVID-19 brings on another level of stressors, anxieties and carelessness surrounding our nation’s youth.  According to the CDC: Car accidents are still the #1 leading cause of death among teens. The age demographic of 16 to 19 years of age are considered to be the MOST “Distracted Drivers” in the country. What’s contributing to their demise: Alcohol, Anger & Aggression behind the wheel of a car. Texting is a major contributor to vehicular crashes, and NOT to mention the inexperience to weave themselves out of road-drama once engaged.
 
In an Interview Stacey will share the following:
 
1} Previous & Present Isolation: "COVID-19 has brought out many pinned-up emotions among teenagers ALL around the country.” "Drinking while Driving. Texting while Driving. Behaviors totally prohibited by the CDC and Law Enforcement.
 
2} SPRING-BREAK 2021 with Social-Celebrations, Social-Distancing is a mandate among teens, due to the rise in the younger population that has contracted the Coronavirus.
 
3}The CDC reminds us that Suicide is still the #2 leading cause of death among teens. Suicide competes for our younger generations lives, and we must have REAL Conversations about the warning signs.  SPRING-BREAK 2021 is NOT the time to go to sleep on our youth.
 
 
About Stacey Spencer:
Stacey Spencer is a Keynote speaker, youth mentor and bullying prevention specialist, former tv host and producer - Always looking for the proper Co-Host gig. She has been featured in national media outlets including Ebony Magazine and Charisma Magazine, and was named the 2011 "Businesswoman of the Year Media Winner" by the Tampa Bay Business Journal for her dedication to producing positive television programming for teens. She was named to Who's Who in Black Dallas in 2015, 2016 and 2017, and was nominated for the state of Kentucky's 2017 Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Leadership Award for her innovative television outreach to teenagers. In 2018, Recipient of the Prestigious Tower Award for Service and Advocacy. Booking Info: www.staceyspencer.com
 
Booking Information: Nanci Cernak nanci.cernak@gmail.com 727.418.0035
Stacey Spencer: ss@staceyspencer.com 502.435.4428



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