Enter Metzger Wickersham’s Road to Safety Scholarship Contest by submitting an original project that educates people about the perils of dangerous driving. In your own creative way, tell us how teens can drive with safety in mind, all the time.
WHO IS ELIGIBLE?
Metzger Wickersham’s Road to Safety Scholarship Contest is open to graduating, college-bound high school seniors in Pennsylvania.
College-bound seniors may enter the contest by submitting a creative project that sends a memorable message about the dangers of drunk driving and/or distracted driving.
Entries may include posters, paintings, drawings, digital illustrations, public service announcements, videos, recorded songs, and more. The more creative, the better!
All projects must be the original work of the entrant.
Videos and songs should be no longer than 2 minutes.
If emailing audio or video file, please submit in .mp3, .mov, or .wmv format. You may also submit entries via file sharing service (Google Drive, Dropbox, etc.)
For judging purposes, it is preferred to receive a hard copy of artwork submissions. However, if emailing artwork, please submit in JPEG or PDF format.
Students may submit no more than one entry. All entries must be submitted with a completed Entry Form. If emailing entry form, please submit in PDF format.
All entries become property of Metzger Wickersham law firm. Projects will not be returned to any entrant. Upon submission of a project, entrants acknowledge that Metzger Wickersham will have all rights to use, reproduce, publish, display, distribute or promote the entry as deemed necessary.
HOW TO ENTER
Entries may be submitted via email, US mail, or dropped off in person at our Harrisburg office.
MAIL ENTRIES TO:
Attn: Road to Safety Scholarship Contest
PO Box 69200
Harrisburg, PA 17106-9200
EMAIL ENTRIES TO:
HAND-DELIVER ENTRIES TO:
2321 Paxton Church Road
Harrisburg, PA 17110
Friday, May 5th, 2017
SELECTION OF WINNERS
Entries will be judged on the following criteria:
1) Does the project effectively convey the theme of the contest? (Entries should highlight the dangers of drunk and/or distracted driving).
2) How creatively does the project deliver the message?
3) Does the project motivate teens to be more safety-conscious behind the wheel?
First place: $1,000
Second place: $750
Third place: $500
The amount of first, second and third place scholarship prizes awarded will be dependent upon the number of total entries received. Awards will be paid in one installment. Checks will be made out to the student.
Winners may be asked to submit a photograph of themselves for use in contest promotional materials. Each winner is required to consent to the use of the their likeness, name, area of residence, school name, prize amount and other contest information without limitation or further payment.
Please contact Amber Knauss at (717) 238-8187, or email email@example.com.