ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. (WIVB) - With the Buffalo Bills home opener on Sunday, police are reminding fans about the most important position of the game: designated driver.
The Erie County Sheriff's Office and Mothers Against Drunk Driving are encouraging fans to make a responsible choice after every home game.
"What we're asking people to do is to think ahead of time. Plan ahead before the game. When you arrive here before you start drinking how you're going to get home. We're asking everyone to chose a sober, designated driver to delegate or designate that sober driver that will get their party of family or friends home safely," said Elizabeth Obad of MADD.
Tents will be set up at Gates 3 and 5 on game day for drivers to sign up their DD. Those who sign up will qualify for a chance to win two Super Bowl tickets.
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