Our Partners

The following is a partial list of the private and public organizations that have partnered with the Highway Safety Office’s Alcohol Program to reduce drunk driving in Utah. We thank them for their efforts and invite all businesses, organizations, and community leaders to get involved.



Located in the heart of downtown Salt Lake City and also in Sugar House, Lumpys is Salt Lake’s original neighborhood sports bar. Having been a long-time supporter of the UHS DUI-prevention campaign, Lumpys most recently hosted a mini cop car ride, reminding its patrons what it might feel like to take a ride in the real thing if pulled over for a DUI. 


Fat’s has been voted the best place for pool 13 years running in City Weekly’s “Best of Salt Lake.” Locally owned and operated, Fat’s features seven pool tables, a varied made-to-order menu, and live music from local bands. As an active community member, Fat’s has participated in several UHS press events reminding billiard patrons that drunk driving isn’t a game.


Maverik Center combines the modern amenities of a large arena with the service and intimacy of a small theater to provide a variety of world-class sporting and entertainment events. Maverik Center shares in the goal to prevent impaired driving in Utah and reminds Utah Grizzlies hockey fans to drink responsibly via their marquee and digital arena signage.


The DABC is responsible for controlling the distribution of alcohol in the state of Utah. It has been a long-time supporter of Utah Highway Safety’s mission to reduce the number of drunk drivers on Utah's streets and highways. The DABC has been directly involved with numerous media events, promoting the dangers of drunk driving and the necessary steps to prevent it.


Mothers Against Drunk Driving is dedicated to providing grassroots leadership to create major social change in the attitude and behavior of Americans toward drunk driving. Local MADD leadership continues to support Utah Highway Safety’s Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over initiative.


Intermountain Healthcare is an internationally recognized, nonprofit system of 22 hospitals, a Medical Group with more than 185 physician clinics and an affiliated health insurance company. Providing excellent care of the highest quality at an affordable cost is at the heart of their mission. They also have actively embraced the mission of UHS and have promoted the DUI-prevention message among their employees and within their communities.


Good sports and great times can be found at this family-friendly sports grill. Iggy’s is dedicated to making Utah a safe place for all and partnered with UHS during Super Bowl Sunday to encourage fans to arrange for a designated driver before the partying begins.


Larry H. Miller Automotive shares the same goals as the Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over campaign, making Salt Lake a stronger, safer community. Over the years, LHM has generously committed their resources to help spread the UHS message in innovative ways.


Comfort food and a friendly ambience are served up daily in this American roadhouse. Fiddler’s Elbow is a proud partner with Utah Highway Safety in its efforts to curb driving under the influence. Teaming up with UHS during the St. Patrick’s Day festivities, Fiddler’s delivered a “Don’t Get Pinched” message and distributed green coins for a cab fare discount to ensure the luck ‘o the Irish remained strong.


The Salt Lake Bees are a minor league baseball team based in Salt Lake City. The Bees play in the Triple-A Pacific Coast League and are the top affiliate of Major League Baseball’s Los Angeles Angels. To celebrate the upcoming 100 Days of Summer, Bumble, the Bees’ mascot, has given hundreds of game tickets to local law enforcement to reward safe driving and promote a fun, DUI-free summer.


The Hibernian Society of Utah is a nonprofit organization with a mission to promote and preserve Irish history, culture and traditions within the state of Utah. The Society has graciously allowed Utah Highway Safety to participate in the last two St. Patrick’s Day parades to remind those celebrating the Irish that while the suds flow, the officers patrol.


The Crime Museum's mission is to provide guests of all ages with a memorable insight into the issues of crime, crime fighting, and the consequences of committing a crime in America through a captivating interactive, entertaining and educational experience. The museum is located on 7th Street NW between E and F Streets in downtown Washington, D.C. at the Gallery Place/Chinatown Metro (Arena exit). For more information, visit www.crimemuseum.org or follow the museum on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/NMCPinDC and twitter https://twitter.com/crimemuseum.