CiCi's in Georgetown is filled with friends of Glen Bussell. They've put up flyers, and are selling decals to put on cars to keep his memory alive.
"I think it's important to get the message out. We should stop drunk driving," says Bussell's friend Taylor Kime.
Taylor Kime, Kayla Kime and Ashley Weber were friends of Bussell's. He died last April when a man collided into his car and two others. Police say the man, Carl Lewis, crossed the center line on US 460 in Georgetown. Lewis is now charged with Bussell's murder. Police say he was intoxicated while driving. Bussel's death has brought these three women closer together, uniting them through tragedy, and motivating them to speak out against drunk driving.
"Not too long after Glen died there was another accident here in Georgetown. It's just irresponsible, it's immature, it's stupid," says Kayla Kime.