Two county high school students found out Thursday they won’t have to worry about transportation for their proms. Dickson County Sheriff Jeff Bledsoe and motorcycle Officer Paul Montgomery announced the grand prize winners in the Safe Driver Reward Program live on WDKN and The One FM. In drawings from essays submitted by juniors and seniors at Dickson County and Creek Wood high schools, the students won free use of a 14-passenger Hummer limo from Courtesy Limousines. The winner for Dickson County High School is Kat Andrews and the winner for Creek Wood is Hope Duke. Both girls said they already have dates for their proms but will now also be picking out 12 friends to join them in the limo, which is being provided by country singer Craig Morgan. Dozens of prizes have been awarded to students in recognition of safe driving practices during the seven-week program launched Jan. 23 by the sheriff’s office with sponsorship from area businesses. To be eligible for the limo drawing, the students had to submit an essay on safe driving and go the duration of the contest period without a traffic citation or be at fault in an accident.