Wednesday, November 30, 2016
Liberty High School has been awarded $10,000 by Brad Sowers, president of Jim Butler Auto Group, for having the most pledges in the third annual STL Safe Driver online pledge contest, in which 162 area high schools participated. A total of 36,292 pledges were made and 15,478 of them were from students, parents and faculty of Liberty High School. New Athens High School, located in Illinois, won the second-place prize of $1,000.
The annual contest invites teens, parents and teachers to read and sign the Jim Butler Teen Driving Contract. This contract outlines the dangers of distracted driving and drowsy driving and helps drivers to better understand the importance of safe driving practices and vehicle safety.
Though this year's contest is over, the Jim Butler Auto Group team encourages you to help your teens understand the rules of the road by reviewing the contract together and taking the Safe Driver Pledge!
Keep them safe. Even when you're not driving.