Film your 3rd-5th grader talking about the importance of trees.
Due November 30th, 2012 -
Scotties Facial Tissue is proud to announce the Trees Rock video contest which invites kids in grades 3-5 to submit a 1-3 minute video expressing in their own way why trees are so important to them, their school, and their community. The winner receives $5,000, an e-tablet along with a trip to either the Grand Canyon or Yellowstone National Park. Additionally, the winner’s school will receive $10,000 to use toward a sustainable project.
The Trees Rock video contest centers around educating young students not only on the importance of trees but as part of a bigger picture of sustainability within the community as a whole.
Submit a video depicting your child who is a 3rd, 4th, or 5th grade student, answering the questions:
1. “Why are trees important to you, your school and your community?” and
2. “How you think your school could use the money to beautify the outdoors if you win?”.
Entry may not exceed 3 minutes in length.
Click the link below for Official Rules and more details.
One Grand Prize
Winner will receive $5,000.00 cash and a tablet computer and the state accredited elementary school attended by the child/legal ward depicted in winner’s Entry will receive $10,000 and a tree planting event. Grand Prize winner will also receive their choice of a 5-day/4-night trip for winner and up to four (4) guests to either the Grand Canyon or to Yellowstone National Park.
Two First Prizes
Each winner will receive a tablet computer and $2,500 cash and the state accredited elementary school of the winner’s child/legal ward depicted in the Entry will receive $5,000 cash.
Three Second Prizes
Each winner will receive $1,000 cash and state accredited elementary school of the winner’s child/legal ward depicted in the Entry will receive $2,500 cash.
Six Third Prizes
Each winner will receive $500 and the state accredited elementary school of winner’s child/legal ward depicted in the Entry will receive $1,000.
Open to legal residents of the 50 United States and D.C., who are 18 years of age or older at time of entry and who are the parent or legal guardian of a 3rd, 4th, or 5th grade student(s) enrolled in a state accredited elementary school located in the 50 United States/D.C.
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