We are working hard and spending a lot of money every year to raise awareness of motorcycles on the roads to help prevent serious injuries to motorcyclists.
We created many items you can use to help raise awareness which we give out at motorcycle events. You can see some of the items below.
“BE AWARE MOTORCYCLES ARE EVERYWHERE®” billboards are shown during May, Motorcycle Awareness Month, posted over the cash registers in Long Island Costco stores and get nearly 1 million views from members. The billboards support the Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals and motorcycle awareness.
We give out bumper stickers, magnetic bumper stickers, large car signs, and lawn signs (below) at motorcycle runs so motorcyclists can help raise awareness of motorcycles on the roads. Even people who don’t ride have been displaying our awareness stickers! We also give out other items with the “BE AWARE MOTORCYCLES ARE EVERYWHERE®” brand and you can download the free ring tone at BEAWAREMOTORCYCLESAREEVERYWHERE.com
Billboard at the Westbury Costco during Motorcycle Awareness Month (6,000 – 10,000 people per day in the store! Money for this sign was donated to Children’s Miracle Network for childrens hospitals)
Billboard at the Melville / Farmingdale Costco (at main exit aisle – shown from far back)
Billboard at the Commack Costco
Lawn signs can also be taped on storefront windows like Freeport podiatrist Dr. Martin G. Miller
Let us know if you want signs for storefront windows
Get these Motorcycle Awareness bumper stickers (3″ x 11.5″) and lawn signs (6″ x 24″) at motorcycle events
Available in easy to remove vinyl, magnetic, large magnetic car signs and helmet stickers
We have the bumper stickers on our cars and you can see one on Rob Plevy’s car in this photo when he was car-jacked in Queens on his way to Supreme Court. The car-jacker must have wanted a BE AWARE MOTORCYCLES ARE EVERYWHERE bumper sticker! He even demanded Rob’s iPhone with the BE AWARE MOTORCYCLES ARE EVERYWHERE smart phone cover! Rob threw it on the ground and when he chased after the phone, Rob ran the other way.
Phil Franckel’s car with large car magnet and bumper sticker