Rear View Safety, a supplier of backup camera systems, as well as a strong and dedicated road safety advocate, participated in Pink Shirt Day on Feb. 22. The day raises awareness and sparks conversations about anti-bullying and the importance of kindness.On Pink Shirt Day everyone wears pink shirts. Rear View Safety employees also participated in a kindness campaign to write down good deeds coworkers have done, with a winner announced on Pink Shirt Day. Watch a video on United Against Bullying here.Bullying needs to be talked about every day, not just one day a year. Click here to apply for the United Against Bullying (UAB) Grant to start an anti-bullying/kindness initiative for school age children. The deadline is Friday, March 31.The mission statement of United Against Bullying states: The Safe Fleet family of companies helps create safe and respectful environments for children and adults. We offer resources, inspiration, and funding to schools and organizations to empower young people and to end bullying.