CT high school students can take the Prom Promise
Frontier Communications Corporation (NASDAQ: FTR), a leading provider of communications services throughout 28 states and headquartered in Connecticut since 1946, and iHeart Media’s KC101, are teaming up to make sure that Connecticut kids have a safe prom season. They are challenging high school students across Connecticut to take the Prom Promise.
During prom season, KC101 will partner with Frontier and encourage its young listeners to go online to KC101.com and click on the dedicated page where students can take the Prom Promise. The school with the highest percent of participants will win a $2,000 prize for their school.
The Prom Promise has become a lifesaving tradition. In essence, it’s a promise made to family, school and friends where students commit to not doing drugs or drinking and driving at prom.
The Prom Promise:
I want to have an absolutely great time at
my Prom and remember it forever.
I pledge not to use alcohol or other drugs on
prom night because I care about my friends, my
family, and myself.
I pledge to remain free from
alcohol and other drugs, never drive under the
influence or ride with an impaired driver; and I
agree that I will always wear a seat belt.
“Keeping our kids safe during this amazing and memorable time of their lives is the goal of our partnership with iHeart Media’s KC101,” said Paul Quick, Senior Vice President and General Manager for Connecticut, Frontier Communications. “I believe that our schools, administrators, young adults and community will work together to make this the best and safest prom season yet!”
School administrators need to sign their schools up by April 21, by visiting KC101.com to be part of this lifesaving challenge.
Students may begin making the Prom Promise on April 24, by logging on to KC101.com.