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ATC is taking the Celebrate My Drive Pledge!

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What is Celebrate My Drive?
 Celebrate My Drive is a campaign that unites teens, parents, school officials and community members around teen driver safety in a positive, fun way. The program is in its third year and coincides with U.S. National Teen Driver Safety Week.
 Celebrate My Drive uses music, videos, and social media to reach teens and get them talking about safe driving.
 From Oct. 15 to October 24 high schools across the U.S. and Canada will compete for prizes, including grants of $100,000, $25,000 and a private concert by an exciting music sensation.
 High schools must be registered to be eligible for prizes. High school administrators can go to www.celebratemydrive.com to complete a simple registration form. Registration closes on Oct. 7.
 Participation is easy! Tools are available at www.celebratemydrive.com to help rally students and community members to make safe driving commitments in support of registered high schools.
Why is Celebrate My Drive important?
 Learning to drive is a big step in life. Celebrate My Drive and State Farm recognize that getting a driver’s license is an important and joyous time in the life of a teen.
 The program celebrates this milestone with new drivers to help them make positive choices and stay safe on the road.
 Sadly, car crashes are the No. 1 killer of teens, and the first year behind the wheel is the most dangerous. Through Celebrate My Drive and other efforts to fund research, State Farm works to prevent injuries and save lives. We partner with organizations and support legislation that helps make the roads safer.
 Celebrate My Drive encourages drivers to think 2n2®: 2 eyes on the road and 2 hands on the wheel.
 Follow Celebrate My Drive on Facebook (www.facebook.com/celebratemydrive) and become part of the movement to keep teens safer on the road.