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High schoolers, listen up! Kelly Clarkson could be coming to your school for a free concert if you promise to be careful behind the wheel. She’s teamed up with State Farm for their Celebrate My Drive program, which asks teens to make a commitment to safe driving.

“I am excited to be a part of the Celebrate My Drive program, and to have the opportunity to positively influence thousands of teens,” Kelly says. “This program gives me the platform to engage with my fans in a unique way, and I look forward to working alongside State Farm to make a difference.”

School administrators must register their schools for the program at CelebrateMyDrive.com before October 17. Starting October 18, teens, their parents and community members can make commitments to safe driving. Schools with the most commitments have a chance to win either a cash grant or the private concert from Kelly.

The Celebrate My Drive program coincides with the U.S. National Teen Driver Safety Week, October 20 through 26.

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