Naples, FL (PRWEB) September 06, 2012
On September 15, Celebrate My Drive is coming to Hudson High School. The event, which runs from 2-6 pm, is designed to celebrate the important milestone for local teens of becoming a driver.
Kim Brust State Farm is organizing the event, as part of the national Celebrate My Drive event from State Farm. Food and fun will be in abundance, with local organizations and vendors getting involved.
Games2U will be providing a video game truck, with a variety of racing games for teens to play. Pasco County Sheriff’s Office will be there to help students celebrate, as well as to promote safe and responsible driving habits among teens. Bayonet Point Hospital and All Children’s Hospital will also be there for the celebration.
“We want to say, ‘This is a big step for you! It’s really exciting and fun,’” said Kim. “I remember my first car, and how excited I was (even though my mom said that I could only drive inside the city limits of Auburndale, FL!). It was a great time to be a young person.”
Kim Brust and her team are running an art contest, with entries from Hudson High School students. To vote, go to http://www.facebook.com/kimbruststatefarm and look at the album with the contest entries, then Like your favorite artwork to submit your vote. The piece with the most Likes will be recognized at the Celebrate My Drive event, with prizes for the top artists.
“Students made some really thoughtful and beautiful artwork around the theme of Celebrate My Drive. We want everyone to see their art, and to vote for their favorite on Facebook,” said Kim.
As part of Celebrate My Drive, Hudson High School also has the opportunity to win a $100,000 grant from State Farm. Everyone in Hudson can help Hudson High win the grant by going to http://www.celebratemydrive.com from September 10-15 and voting for it from the list of schools. Students 15-18 can also register to win a brand new car!
“We would love to see Hudson High School win the grant, so remember to vote every day!” Kim said. “Celebrate My Drive will be a lot of fun, and we look forward to seeing the community join together in support of teens.”