Amber Riley swears she began singing at age 2 and hasn't stopped since. She landed the role playing diva Mercedes Jones on "Glee" and just keeps on singing!
In order to help teens gain more confidence and encourage each other to drive safely, Amber is helping launch the "Celebrate My Drive" Campaign where communities rally around and support new teen drivers as they learn to drive and get ready for the road ahead. According to the Centers for Disease Control, the first year behind the wheel is the most dangerous for teen drivers.
Celebrate My Drive events will be held nationwide on September 15, 2012 to celebrate what's great about getting your driver's license and to prepare teens for life on the road. Participants can also win cool prizes including a new car and a $100,000 grant for their school.
Community Events are planned around "Celebrate My Drive" on September 15, 2012 in our area at:
435 Schillinger Road South
Mobile, AL 36695
3244 Dauphin Street
Mobile, AL 36606
Eastern Shore Centre - Fountain Area
30500 State Highway 181
Spanish Fort, AL 36527
Milton High School
5445 Stewart Street
Milton, FL 32570
10:00 am - 2:00 pm
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