Boca Raton, Florida (PRWEB) April 09, 2012
Spanish River Leadership volunteers have been reaching out across the country spreading the word of the students’ desire to create a National peer to peer interactive responsibility through the ‘Rock to Live’ Music Festival in Boca Raton, Florida.
Spanish River, the anchor high school responsible for cultivating a grassroots, student-to-student movement involving schools all over the country have already reached mass audiences through the registered schools representing students in the hundreds of thousands and growing daily.
The Spanish River Student Leadership, led by event founder Ross Brenner, President of the Sophomore Class, and Dalton Holody, Vice President, are proud to announce the collaboration of schools and personally thank all the schools from across the country so far who have registered to lend their support to the peer to peer movement.
The schools are signing up and registering for students to join in taking the pledge in support of the event and fundraiser. The event intended to bring the students together under one cause, one event, will take place April 28, 2012, on the campus of Florida Atlantic University (http://www.fau.edu) in their new state-of-the-art stadium just opened in latter 2011.
As part of their national outreach project, the Spanish River Student Leadership Council, led by Ross Brenner, reached out not just to students and schools. The teens reached out and have gained major support from politicians, educators, responsible texting organizations and corporate supporters in order to help carry the message of safe driving to their communities.
One of the major supporters of the initiative, PhoneGuard (OPMG.PK), the developer of the leading safe phone app for smartphones, has agreed to provide their software at no charge with every e-ticket sold in support of the initiative.
The ‘Rock to Live’ Music Festival is being used to positively impact the registered schools financially. This is by registering pledges in order to raise badly needed funds to aid under funded school programs.
The impact is not just local to Florida. The program is reaching the entire country very effectively down to every local school level. This is the effect the young adults wished to accomplish in creation of the opportunity for the schools to be part of the movement virtually and interactively.
The intent of the initiative is to place PhoneGuard (OMPG.PK) safety products at no cost into every school age household in the country. The students from all accounts appear to be meeting the challenge. The safety of every driver on the road is the overall mission, the young adults of Spanish River appear to be on target to make the history they promised.