By now you’ve seen we’re giving away $35,000 in scholarships. Help us spread the word by sharing the video and don’t forget to use the hashtag #tdsvideo!
Get your cameras ready because the Bridgestone Teens Drive Smart Video Contest is back! This year’s contest gives teens the opportunity to win more that $35,000 in scholarships. If you’re between the ages of 16 and 21, we want to hear from you. Entering is easy. Click here to register.
For more than a decade, Bridgestone Americas has educated teenagers and young adults on the importance of safe driving. Bridgestone is taking a stand with the U.S. Department of Transportation and so can you! Take the pledge with us to end distracted driving and help spread the word about Teens Drive Smart. Join us today!
Last year’s contest yielded some fantastic videos. While it was tough for the judges to narrow down the entries, three lucky contestants came out on top! Check out their videos, as well as winning entries from previous years to get your creative juices flowing.
Why, yes it is! The Teens Drive Smart Video Contest is now accepting entries until June 19. Every year, teens across the country submit videos showing us all how to be safer behind the wheel. Now is your chance! If you’ve got a compelling, creative idea of how to show teens to be safer drivers, make a short video (25 or 55 seconds) about it, then register and enter it here for a chance to be a 2014 Teens Drive Smart Video Contest winner!
The top filmmaker will receive a $20,000 college scholarship; check out all the other prizes here.
Plus, your video could be broadcast by Bridgestone Americas as a public service announcement on TV stations around the country. Ten finalists will win a new set of tires.
Be sure to look around the site and read more about the contest. Then grab your camera and get going!
Why Are We Doing This?
Simple: Safety is everyone’s business. We at Bridgestone Americas are committed to making a difference for all of us.
Auto accidents claim the lives of more 16 - 21-year olds than any other cause. Your video can help us change that statistic.