SANTA BARBARA, Calif. -

Some San Marcos High School teens took a vow  to never drink and drive.
Toyota Scion of Santa Barbara and the Vow for Mal Foundation drew big crowds in support of a life saving decision Thursday.

A row of Scion cars were on display not only for show, but students signed the car windows as a way to show their support. By signing the car they were making a pledge to be sober drivers.

Mallory Dies was only 27 when she was hit and killed by a drunk driver last December and her death is sending a powerful message. Students are encouraged to attend these events, take pictures and post the photos on their Facebook pages to spread the word. Scion of Santa Barbara is even offering up $1000 for the best Facebook post as an incentive to keep the message alive.

The next "sober graduate" event will be at Santa Barbara and Dos Pueblos High Schools in the coming weeks.