Greensboro high school receives grant to promote safe teen driving

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GREENSBORO, N.C. -- A Greensboro high school is among 25 nationwide awarded a grant to promote safe teen driving.

Students from the Middle College at Bennett received the $2,000 award from State Farm Insurance's Project Ignition.  It's a pre-cursor to a $7,500 award competition, and the students will use it to launch a local campaign for safe driving in Guilford County high schools and Greensboro shopping centers.

In the video above, Nicole Ferguson speaks with students about the project.

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