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North Forsyth High DECA Taking a Stand Against Texting While Driving
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Atlanta, GA--  North Forsyth High School DECA in Cumming is taking a stand against texting while driving.

DECA is an association of marketing students that prepares emerging leaders and entrepreneurs for careers in marketing, finance, hospitality and management in high schools around the globe. The North Forsyth chapter is currently the third largest in the state of Georgia out of about sixty and are active in the community with causes such as autism, breast cancer, and the humane society.

This year, DECA has chosen to promote awareness against texting while 
driving. Representing the campaign are juniors Paige Tanaka and Madeline 
Portscher. The chapter has organized events such as a t-shirt day with 
statistics written on the shirts. November 15-19, they conducted a Pledge 
Week to encourage the students to not text while drive. Hundreds of students 
signed the pledge and made a difference in the school. More upcoming events 
will be taking place within the coming months.

For more information and to receive updates, become a fan of "Stay Alive. 
Don't Text and Drive" on Facebook. 

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