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2011 Anti-Graffiti PSA Video Contest Results

We're glad you've taken the time to visit and learn more about what you can do to help make a positive difference in your community while using your creativity.

As a teen, you know what it takes to relate to your peers. We want your ideas, perspectives, and thoughts about how teens can prevent and eliminate graffiti. Use these perspectives to create a 60 second PSA Video and submit it to us for entry in the PSA Contest.

A PSA or Public Service Announcement is a message that is broadcast for the public good by raising awareness about specific issues, such as the visual blight of graffiti and impacts of vandalism on the community.

This contest is open to high school students in grades 9-12. Students may participate in groups up to five contestants. Entries are limited to one video per group. The 60 second video must promote an anti-graffiti message targeted towards high school students. See complete rules before entry.

Information on the 2012 Anti-Graffiti PSA Video & Poster Contest will be up shortly.

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