Trios Health is partnering with Dutch Bros. Coffee and PayneWest Insurance on an anti-texting and driving campaign.
The campaign encourages high school students to wear colored thumb bands to show their commitment not to text and drive, a news release said.
Students wearing a thumb band at any Tri-City Dutch Bros. drive-thru in April will receive $1 off their drink.
On April 14, students also will get a specially-stamped card from Dutch Bros. — representing their pledge not to text and drive — to return to their school. Each card will mean a $1 donation to the Boys & Girls Clubs of Benton and Franklin Counties. PayneWest Insurance is covering pledges up to $2,500.
Thumb bands have been purchased in a variety of school colors.