Safe driving may win MCC students a private concert with The Band Perry.

October 10, 2014

SCOTTVILLE – High schools registered for Celebrate My Drive powered by State Farm are in the running for a share in millions of dollars in grant awards, and maybe even one of two private concerts by Grammy nominated The Band Perry. Students and communities are working together to  heighten awareness about safe driving and asking for online safe driving commitments to help them win. Everyone age 14 and up can help.

As part of the program, State Farm agent, Erin Doan, provides a one hour educational class for Mason County Central School’s drivers training program each session. “Celebrate My Drive is all about keeping teens safe on the road. Let’s rally around our new drivers and support them by making our own safe driving commitments,” said Doan

The program, which emphasizes positive driving messages such as 2N2 – 2 eyes on the road, 2 hands on the wheel –  is in its third year. Last year more than 6.3 million safe driving commitments were made in support of high schools across the U.S. and Canada. High schools must be registered to participate by October 7. Online safe driving commitments can be made on behalf of registered high schools Oct.15-24.

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