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Video public service announcement contest for Vermont high school students

Thursday, March 12, 2020
PSA
Vermont
Vermont
Vermont

 

The Youth Safety Council of Vermont is co-sponsoring the third annual Vermont Highway Safety Alliance video public service announcement contest to encourage young drivers, friends, and peers to avoid distracted driving. The contest is open to Vermont high school students, and coincides with National Distracted Driving Awareness Month. Two thousand dollars in prizes, contributed by community supporters, will be awarded.

Every distracted driving death is preventable. Taking eyes off the road for even a few seconds is all it takes to change a life forever. Still, people of all ages text and drive on Vermont roads every day. The goal for entrants is to learn more about this issue and produce a 25-second video that can inspire change and virally spread the message that distracted driving isn’t acceptable.

The contest runs through April 15. Winning videos will be announced at an awards ceremony at the Vermont State House on May 15.

For more information about the contest, visit vermonthighwaysafety.org/psa-video-contest/ or contact Evelyn McFarlane, Strategic Highway Safety Plan Coordinator from VTrans, at evelyn.mcfarlane@vermont.gov or (802) 595-4661.



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Mid-River Bulletin Board
A timely event and information service for and by the communities in and around the Mid-Connecticut River Valley of Vermont and New Hampshire

Video public service announcement contest for Vermont high school students

Thursday, March 12, 2020
PSA
Vermont
Vermont
Vermont

 

The Youth Safety Council of Vermont is co-sponsoring the third annual Vermont Highway Safety Alliance video public service announcement contest to encourage young drivers, friends, and peers to avoid distracted driving. The contest is open to Vermont high school students, and coincides with National Distracted Driving Awareness Month. Two thousand dollars in prizes, contributed by community supporters, will be awarded.

Every distracted driving death is preventable. Taking eyes off the road for even a few seconds is all it takes to change a life forever. Still, people of all ages text and drive on Vermont roads every day. The goal for entrants is to learn more about this issue and produce a 25-second video that can inspire change and virally spread the message that distracted driving isn’t acceptable.

The contest runs through April 15. Winning videos will be announced at an awards ceremony at the Vermont State House on May 15.

For more information about the contest, visit vermonthighwaysafety.org/psa-video-contest/ or contact Evelyn McFarlane, Strategic Highway Safety Plan Coordinator from VTrans, at evelyn.mcfarlane@vermont.gov or (802) 595-4661.



The Mid-River Bulletin Board is facilitated by WOOL-FM.
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Mid-River Bulletin Board
A timely event and information service for and by the communities in and around the Mid-Connecticut River Valley of Vermont and New Hampshire

Video public service announcement contest for Vermont high school students

Thursday, March 12, 2020
PSA
Vermont
Vermont
Vermont

 

The Youth Safety Council of Vermont is co-sponsoring the third annual Vermont Highway Safety Alliance video public service announcement contest to encourage young drivers, friends, and peers to avoid distracted driving. The contest is open to Vermont high school students, and coincides with National Distracted Driving Awareness Month. Two thousand dollars in prizes, contributed by community supporters, will be awarded.

Every distracted driving death is preventable. Taking eyes off the road for even a few seconds is all it takes to change a life forever. Still, people of all ages text and drive on Vermont roads every day. The goal for entrants is to learn more about this issue and produce a 25-second video that can inspire change and virally spread the message that distracted driving isn’t acceptable.

The contest runs through April 15. Winning videos will be announced at an awards ceremony at the Vermont State House on May 15.

For more information about the contest, visit vermonthighwaysafety.org/psa-video-contest/ or contact Evelyn McFarlane, Strategic Highway Safety Plan Coordinator from VTrans, at evelyn.mcfarlane@vermont.gov or (802) 595-4661.



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