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17th March 2000 at 00:00
BP Educational Service will be highlighting phase two of its educational website (www.bpes.com). It will include a newscoming soon page to keep teachers and other users up-to-date with BP's educational activities. Also on display will be the company's new driver awareness CD-Rom creatd by BMW in association with BP Amoco. A multi-media resource, designed to complement driving lessons as part of the personal and social education curriculum, it aims to bring driving skills to life and encourage a responsible attitude.

BP Educational Service Stand C21


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