Butler Hgh School students vote for their video submission in State Farm’s “Celebrate My Drive” campaign, which focuses on Drive 2 N 2 - with 2 hands on the wheel and 2 eyes on the road.
Butler Hgh School students vote for their video submission in State Farm’s “Celebrate My Drive” campaign, which focuses on Drive 2 N 2 - with 2 hands on the wheel and 2 eyes on the road.
Butler Hgh School students vote for their video submission in State Farm’s “Celebrate My Drive” campaign, which focuses on Drive 2 N 2 - with 2 hands on the wheel and 2 eyes on the road.
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Paying it forward with Celebrate My Drive

November 15, 2015 08:08 AM

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