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Missouri Public School Advocates sponsor video contest

March 29, 2013

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The Missouri Public School Advocates, a statewide nonprofit organization whose mission is to ensure the stability and strength of Missouri Public Schools, Colleges and Universities, has launched a video contest called, “I Am Missouri Public Schools.” The organization is encouraging supporters of Missouri’s public schools to submit short videos about what they love about their public school.

The winner of the contest will receive an iPad mini and $1,000 for the Missouri public school of his or her choice. Contest is open to anyone and everyone who is a supporter of Missouri public schools. The videos must be no longer than two minutes, and contestants must say the line “I Am Missouri Public Schools” at some point in the video.

A promotional video about the contest, can be found at:  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mzrHUGIleig 

Deadline to submit videos is April 22, 2013. Videos can be submitted on the Missouri Public School Advocates Facebook page. Official contest rules can be found here.

Finalists will be selected through voting on Facebook, after the end of the entry period. The grand prize winner will be selected through voting on the Missouri Public School Advocates website.

First round of voting will be April 22 – May 2.

Second round of voting will be May 3 – May 16.

For more information about the contest, contact Jim Dunn, MPSA Board Member, dunn830@gmail.com, (816) 510-9763

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