FOX6Now.com: A teens first year on the road is the most dangerous, and State Farm Insurance is working to keep our first year drivers safe. The company launched a ‘Celebrate My Drive’ campaign and many high schools answered the call, but only 22 nationwide were award the grand prize and one of them is right here in southeastern Wisconsin.
There was more noise than normal inside Germantown High School’s cafeteria on Friday, December 4th.
“This is truly exciting,” said School Board President, Bob Soderberg.
After many weeks of long hours and tight deadlines, the school was awarded for their efforts.
“It is with great honor today, we congratulate your school, Germantown High School. and will hand over a $100,000 grant,” said Bernie Furlong, State Farm Agent.
The check was earned after the students made a PSA, it was part of the State Farm ‘Celebrate My Drive’ campaign — an initiative to ensure teens are being safe while on the road.