Elementary, Middle, High School or College Students Submit Your Entry by March 9th!
The March 9th deadline for EndDD.org’s second annual “Friends Don’t Let Friends Drive Distracted” Video/Meme/GIF contest is quickly approaching. In partnership with Anapol Weiss and Students Against Destructive Decisions (SADD), the contest has been expanded this year to include elementary and middle school students who may submit memes and GIFs.
Winners will be announced in April 2018 as part of National Distracted Driving Awareness Month. Visit our contest page to learn more and to review the rules and regulations.
Entries will be divided into three divisions: high school and college, middle school, and elementary school students. Contest winners will receive the following prizes.
High School (9th to 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 (6th to 8th Grade) Entries
- One First Place Prize: $250
Elementary School (Kindergarten to 5th Grade) Entries
- One First Place Prize: $100 Amazon gift card
Last year, the highly publicized “Friends Don’t Let Friends Drive Distracted” Video/Meme/GIF contest was a huge success. EndDD.org received approximately 170 entries from students in 18 different states. Many of the projects submitted were created as a group effort, tallying the number of student participants to more than 500. View our 2017 winners here.