High School students in Douglas County can lend their talent for a local safety campaign aimed at discouraging distracted drivers. Douglas County Safe Communities Coalition invites 9th-12th grade students from across the county to participate in a distracted driving campaign contest.
High School students can choose to submit a contest entry in one of two categories 1) a 30-second recorded public service announcement or 2) a logo and tagline illustrating the dangers of distracted driving. The student(s) who created the winning entry will win a $100 gift card. Winning entries will also be used locally during the statewide Distracted Driving week of April 16th-20th and up to one year in various campaign activities throughout the county.
Contest entries are due on Tuesday, March 20th by 5:00 p.m.
For contest rules visit www.dcsafecommunities.com