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State Farm's 'Celebrate My Drive' Campaign A Tight Race

BLOOMINGTON - It's National Teen Safe Driver Week and State Farm has school districts nationwide celebrating.
BLOOMINGTON - It's National Teen Safe Driver Week and State Farm has school districts nationwide celebrating.

It's all part of "Celebrate My Drive," where teens are encouraged to practice safe habits on the roadways.

The two high schools in the country with the most commitments to safe driving will win a private concert from Kelly Clarkson.

And the ten highest scores nationwide will receive $100,000 grants from State Farm. The program is doing well right now, and the race is a tight one.

"They're coming in and just flooding us with their commitments. So, the numbers are changing by the minute. We currently have just under 3 million commitments,” said Lori Manning, philanthropy director for State Farm.

Drivers are encouraged to make daily commitments through Saturday. As of Wednesday morning, Eureka High School was ranked No. 1 in the small schools category. To see how your school is\stacking up, click here.

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