Alcohol Prevention Poster Contest
VOTE for Your Favorite
Third Annual Alcohol Prevention Poster Contest
Over 1,074 Palm Beach County students from 38 public and private schools submitted entries to the Fourth Annual Alcohol Prevention Poster Contest. Their posters promote a clear educational message encouraging an alcohol-free lifestyle for youth. The posters were created using both digital and freestyle media.
Now it’s your turn. Select your favorite from among the 15 finalists – vote for one elementary, one middle, and one high school entry. Voting will be open from January 10 – 16, 2014. You can vote once per day per each email address. Three winners will be chosen by our viewers and three winners will be selected by local artists. To vote, click on a category below.
Things to keep in mind as you vote:
1. How will this poster look inside a school bus?
2. Does the poster give a clear, POSITIVE, no alcohol use message?
3. Will the poster capture the students' attention?
The top six posters (two each from elementary, middle, and high school) will be displayed on all district school buses. Winners will receive $50 each plus either Adobe Photoshop Elements or Creative Suite software.
Semifinalists and top posters from each school will be featured at the 2014 South Florida Fair in the Bink Glisson Museum at Yesteryear Village from January 17th through February 2nd. This year you may also vote for the South Florida Fair favorite from the finalists who were not chosen as bus contest winners. Winners will be notified by January 20th and invited to attend the Awards Ceremony on Monday, February 17, 2014.
The contest is being sponsored by a collaboration of organizations: Student Intervention Services, Public Affairs, and Transportation Department in the School District of Palm Beach County; Hanley Center; Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office; Palm Beach County Substance Awareness Coalition; Adobe; Allstate, South Florida Fair, and Rotary Club of Wellington.
To volunteer at the South Florida Fair, on School Bus Poster Day or for more information, contact:
Alexa Lee at firstname.lastname@example.org or (561) 844-5952.