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State Farm® Donates $60,000 to StreetSafe program

Correcting bad driving habits

Raleigh, North Carolina, May 7, 2012 - Research shows that teens are still texting when behind the wheel.

StreetSafe, which promotes safe driving behaviors using behind-the-wheel and classroom training for teens, recently hosted a teen-driving session at Apex High School in Raleigh, N. C.

Part of the program featured State Farm North Carolina Agents Wayne Cottrell of Raleigh and Cherie Morrison of Apex presenting a $60,000 Good Neighbor Citizenship grant to the program.

Doug Darrell with StreetSafe accepts a $60,000 donation from State Farm, presented by Agents Cheri Morrison and Wayne Cottrell.

The event received local media coverage on several outlets, including:

A student driver participates in the StreetSafe program in Apex, N.C.

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