CENTERVILLE, Ohio (WDTN-TV) - Human trafficking is big problem at major events like the Super Bowl, according to Save Our Adolescents from Prostitution founder Theresa Flores.
Flores is a former human trafficking victim.
"There are a lot of men at these events who are looking for sex, so pimps bring these young girls and make them have sex with dozens of men," Flores said.
Flores and members of several Dayton area churches are going to Indianapolis to try to stop human trafficking.
"We will be putting bars of soap with the national hotline for human trafficking on them," she said.
The hope is that victims see the bars of soap in their hotel rooms and call the number.
"Last year at the Super Bowl more than 60 girls were saved," Flores said.
The number is 1-888-3737-888.
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