Celebrate My Drive - Teen Driving Safety

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Echosmith is an American indie pop band formed in February 2009 in Chino, California. The band is composed of four siblings: Graham, Sydney, Noah, and Jamie Sierota.

The Celebrate My Drive® program from State Farm challenges high schools to demonstrate how they will address teen driver safety at their high school or in their communities. Celebrate My Drive encourages teens to make positive choices behind the wheel, like Drive 2N2® -- 2 eyes on the road, 2 hands on the wheel. High school students are encouraged to work with their administrators to develop creative elements to incorporate #Drive2N2 into their activities and communicate safe teen driving.

Twenty-two high schools will win a $100,000 grant and one of them will be named grand prize winner and score a private concert by acclaimed indie-pop siblings Echosmith, known for their hit single 'Cool Kids'. Middle Tennessee is no stranger to success with Celebrate My Drive. In 2013, Lebanon High School in Lebanon won $100,000 and Wilson Central High School was a grand prize winner, collecting $100,000 AND a concert by The Band Perry.

This year's celebration puts teens and their high schools front and center. From Oct.12, 2015 starting at 7:00 a.m. CT through Oct. 25, 2015 ending at 11:59 p.m. CT, high school administrators will submit their high school's creative proposals addressing teen driver safety issues in their communities via www.celebratemydrive.com. Submissions are to include creative elements showcasing the key program message, #Drive2N2.

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From the submissions received, 100 high school finalists will be determined by judging criteria outlined in the official rules. The 100 finalists will be featured on www.celebratemydrive.com and voted on by the public from November 9-13, 2015 to determine the 22 high school winners. The winners will include 11 small high schools and 11 large high schools, based on student enrollment.

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