SADD/Anapol Weiss and EndDD.org “Friends Don’t Let Friends Drive Distracted” 2018 Video and Meme/GIF Contest
Teens have the power to influence other teens in many positive ways, including safe driving. Distracted driving is now believed to be involved in more than 50% of serious teen crashes. So what can teens do to keep themselves and their peers safe from distracted driving crashes? Teens can take their energy, enthusiasm and imagination to create life-saving messages that will resonate with other teens to make distracted driving socially unacceptable.
Students from SADD affiliated high schools and colleges are eligible to submit videos up to 1 minute in length, or memes/GIFs (less than 10 seconds) that focus on the theme “Friends Don’t Let Friends Drive Distracted.”
The contest has been expanded this year to include elementary and middle school students, who may submit memes or Gifs.
There will be three winners for the video contest and five winners for the meme/GIF contest. Prizes for each are listed below.
High School (9th-12th grade) and College Entries
Video Contest Prizes
- First Place – $5,000 AND four tickets (three students and one adult) to a 2018 Taylor Swift concert
- Second Place – $2,500
- Third Place – $1,000
Meme/GIF Contest Prizes
- First Place – $2,500 AND four tickets (three students and one adult) to a 2018 Taylor Swift concert
- Second Place – $1,000
- Third Place – $500
Middle School Entries
- One First Place Prize for Middle School-age entries (6th – 8th grade) – $250
Elementary School Entries
- One First Place Prize for Elementary-age entries (Kindergarten-5th grade) – Amazon gift card for $100