Commenting on the recent intervention by Victorian Premier Ted Baillieu to withdraw the TAC from its sponsorship of a beer making competition, Michael Lombard said The Baillieu government has got it right in quashing the prize for brewers to make a low alcohol beer. The TAC is there to support the injured and improve road safety. There seems to be a desperate need for glamour, however. They delight in winning awards for Road Safety messages and initiatives which give them acclaim but don't spend a cent on advertising the help that is available to the injured. Instead they spend money trying to cut the assistance that they should be giving to the tragically injured and their families. The misery caused by road crashes is not glamorous. The TAC would be better served forgetting the search for acclaim and assisting the journey of recovery which so many injured people are searching for.