Win a $25,000 scholarship – Teens Drive Smart Video Contest Now Accepting Entries
Need money for college? Have a camera? The 2013 Teens Drive Smart Video Contest is now accepting entries (through June 20).
Young drivers ages 16-21 have the opportunity to submit videos 25 or 55 seconds in length that creatively and effectively address issues in teen driver safety. The top 10 finalists will be posted for online voting on www.teensdrivesmart.com, and the top three winners receive substantial college scholarships: first place receives $25,000; second place receives $15,000 and third place receives $10,000. Plus, all 10 finalists receive a set of Bridgestone tires.
Safe driving saves lives, helps keep families whole and may provide some extra money for college for young people ages 17-25.
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