VOTE NOW: Brunswick High students create safe driving PSA for contest

Brunswick High's Drive 2N2 campaign

BRUNSWICK, OH (WOIO) - Brunswick High School students are hoping to win $100,000 for their school by participating in a contest that promotes safe teen driving.

"It's really important to get this message out that teenagers need to be safe while driving so that they can get into their lives," said sophomore Alexis Gemelas. "I think having it on, like, a teen to teen kind of level does spread the message more, and hopefully it'll make it more effective."

State Farm Insurance is sponsoring the Drive 2N2 campaign to get teens in the habit of keeping two eyes on the road and two hands on the wheel. It was created in an effort to raise awareness around the importance of teen driving safety, since teens die from car crashes more than any other cause.

Click here to cast your vote from Nov. 9 through Nov. 13. Out of 100 high school finalists, the 22 high schools with the most votes will win a $100,000 grant and one lucky high school will get a private concert by Echosmith.

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