Ring in the New Year safely with Sotomayor

December 31, 2013
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A United States Supreme Court justice will help count down to 2014, and a central Indiana law firm wants to make sure you get home safely on New Year’s Eve.

Justice Sonia Sotomayor is going to lead the final minute countdown on New Year’s Eve and push the button that will signal the descent of the giant ball in Times Square. There’s no word on whether Sotomayor will hobnob with the performers on the various NYE countdown shows or hosts Ryan Seacrest or Anderson Cooper.

And after you’ve watched the ball drop and are ready to leave, Stewart & Stewart is willing to pay for part of your cab home. Every year, the law firm holds its “Safe and Sober” program in which it will cover the first $20 of your cab ride home on New Year’s Eve.

Of course, there are restrictions: You must be celebrating in downtown Indianapolis and sign up ahead of time for a voucher. You must get a receipt from your taxi driver and it has to be time stamped. The program will only reimburse rides between 11:30 p.m. and 2:30 a.m. on New Year’s Eve.

More information on the program is available on the firm’s website.

Have a fun and safe New Year’s Eve. You don’t want to have to call your lawyer tomorrow because you were arrested for drinking and driving.  

 

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