Lieutenant governor seeks public input on UDOT freeway message
(KUTV)- Lieutenant Governor Spencer Cox is seeking public input to decide what message he should be sending Utah's freeway drivers.
On Monday, the message of Cox's choice will be illuminated on the overhead variable message signs (vms) that line Utah's freeways.
Cox reached out to his Twitter followers for inspiration Friday morning. Cox tweeted qualifications for his Monday message, which include:
"1) Must be both @utahjazz AND safety themed. #TakeNote
2) You have 3 lines & 17 characters per line (including spaces).
3) Use hashtag #JazzSign."
As of Friday night, over 250 users replied to Cox's request using the hashtag #JazzSign. Some of the most-liked responses included:
KUTV producer Tazya Williams shot her shot:
Even the Utah Jazz were up for the challenge.
Twitter users have until 8 p.m. on Saturday to respond to Cox's challenge. In Cox's words, "Best idea wins!"