Your Rutherford County high school could win a concert by The Band Perry and $100,000. Last year, a school in Wilson County won.
The state's largest auto insurer is encouraging schools to register for the 2014 Celebrate My Drive program. State Farm® will award schools that have registered and generate the most number of safe driving commitments with grants ranging from $25,000 to $100,000 to help fund a safe driving program.
State Farm Agent Michael Busey in Murfreesboro stated...
In 2013, State Farm awarded grants to five schools in Tennessee:
- Wilson Central High School, Lebanon = $100,000 and a concert by The Band Perry
- Lebanon High School, Lebanon = $100,000
- Livingston Academy, Livingston = $25,000
- Mt. Juliet High School, Mt. Juliet = $25,000
- Warren Co. High School, McMinnville = $25,000
Want to register your school? An administrator with the school is required to complete the online registration process. The 100 high schools generating the most safe driving commitments during October 15-24 will win grants and the top two schools will each receive $100,000 plus a free concert featuring The Band Perry. For more information about Celebrate My Drive, visit the website at http://www.celebratemydrive.com/home. School administrators who have questions about the registration process can contact Judy McConkey at (615) 692-6280.
You can contact Michael Busey with State Farm for additional details:
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