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AT&T and Sabres Partner in Anti-Texting Contest

AT&T is teaming up with the Buffalo Sabres to offer Western New York high school students the chance to win the Sabres experience of a life time—and save lives too.

Sabres Captain Steve Ott is personally asking high school students to take the pledge to never text and drive again in their life-time. The high school with the most pledges will have Ott visit the school to discuss the dangers of texting and driving with the students and their hockey team will hold a practice at First Niagara Center in Buffalo with Ott.

The pledge drive started December 1 and ends January 31.  The school with the most pledges will be selected in February.   To enter, all students will need to take the pledge via and get as many of their friends, family, neighbors to take the pledge on behalf of their school as well.  Students can go back and take the pledge once a day through the course of the promotion.

Area high schools that are eligible to take part in the contest:

Amherst – Tigers

Bishop Timon/St. Jude – Tigers

Canisius High School – Crusaders

Clarence High School – Red Devils

Frontier Central High School – Falcons

Grand Island Senior High School – Vikings

Hamburg High School – Bulldogs

Kenmore East – Bulldogs

Kenmore West – Blue Devils

Lancaster/Iroquois High School – Redskins

Lewiston-Porter – Lancers

Lockport – Lions

Niagara Falls – Wolverines

Niagara Wheatfield Senior High School – Falcons

North Tonawanda – Lumberjacks

Orchard Park High – Quakers

St. Francis – Red Raiders

St. Joseph Collegiate Institute School – Marauders

St. Mary’s High School – Lancers

West Seneca East High – Trojans

West Seneca West High – Indians

Williamsville North – Spartans

Williamsville East – Flames

Williamsville South – Billies

Mount Mercy Academy School

Nardin Academy High School

Nichols School – Vikings

Sweet Home  – Panthers



Written by WCPerspective


Buffalo and development junkie currently exiled in California.

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