ATLANTA - Teens across metro Atlanta have pledged to drive safely and two schools even won money Tuesday for having the highest number of pledging students.
The Landmark Teen Safe Driver Campaign held by Landmark Dodge Chrysler Jeep Ram is all about getting teens to commit to safe driving.
Students at schools across the area signed the pledge and the two schools with the most pledges win money.
The winners were announced Tuesday afternoon at the Landmark dealership in Morrow.
Kennesaw Mountain High School took second place, winning a $1,000 check and the Atlanta Jewish Academy took first, taking home a $10,000 check.
Organizers said the campaign received more than 20,000 pledges from 62 local high schools.