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Cookeville H.S. students attend Tim McGraw's music video premiere

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NASHVILLE, Tenn. -

A group of Cookeville High School students were recently invited to country star Tim McGraw's latest music video premiere.

The students, who are members of the school's T.E.S.T Club, or Traffic Education Saves Teens, were invited to the Monday premiere after Big Machine Records saw a story on the lifesaving club that aired on Nashville's News 2.

"They called us and told us they saw us and wanted us to come," co-president Hannah Long explained.  

McGraw's new video for "Highway Don't Care," which features Taylor Swift nad Keith Urban, deals with the dangers of distracted driving, which is the high school club's main message.

"It was a very neat experience to see that big named people like Tim McGraw are working towards the same thing we are," club member Ethan Jones.

Sullivan Smith added, "It was awesome. We got to be there and there weren't actually that many people and it was just a really cool experience to be able to do."

T.E.S.T is currently the only high school club in the state where students are educating peers about the dangers of distracted driving.

Click here to watch Tim McGraw's latest music video.

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