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TAC announced as first Corporate Friend of the Library

Tuesday 1 December 2020

We are proud to announce the Transport Accident Commission (TAC) as our inaugural Corporate Friend of the Library.

Today, TAC launch an important Christmas campaign, which encourages Victorians to make every road journey a safe one. ‘This Christmas, Spend It Wisely’ features a virtual advent calendar which encourages safer driving, with tips, tricks and festive solutions. Click here to find out more and please - be safe on the roads this festive season.

Find out more about Friends of the Library here

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