We all know it’s getting hot outside — just in time for sports camps, two-a-day practices and more. But do you know just how serious heat illness can be for young people in Arkansas? We’re consistently experiencing more 100˚ and higher days in the summer, and that makes serious injury — and even death — from exertional heat illness a threat. The good news? It’s completely preventable.
AETN produced “108˚: Critical Response” following the passage of Act 1214 of 2011, also known as Tyler’s Law. Sen. Keith Ingram, formerly a representative of West Memphis, and Rep. Mark Perry of Jacksonville sponsored the bill, and the Davenport family was instrumental in its passage. The act now requires coaches to complete training in heat illness. We hope you’ll join us for the film’s premiere as part of a special live two-hour event on Monday, July 21, at 7 p.m.
In addition to the film’s premiere, we’ll also hold an expert panel discussion with Brendon McDermott, Dean Webber, Doug Blevins and Perry Escalante. You can submit your questions which may be answered during the discussion at email@example.com. It could make an incredible impact on the life of someone you love!