Teens share sobering message with other teens – never drive impaired
(Burnaby, B.C.): Between December 5th and 12th, the British Columbia Automobile Association (BCAA) encourages British Columbians and Yukon residents to vote for their favourite teen-produced video that speaks about the dangers of impaired driving.
Since September, high school grads across B.C. and the Yukon have been working tirelessly to produce impactful videos for BCAA’s second annual Dry Grad Video Challenge. Armed with a video camera and one strong message, teens speak to other teens and say drinking, drugs and driving don’t mix—ever.
From being abstract to more graphic in nature, 48 videos were submitted to the Challenge. The top five videos have been selected by a judging panel which includes leaders in road and public safety along with professionals working in the fields of broadcasting and video production.
Visit bcaa.com/drygrad to view the top five videos and vote for your favourite. Winners will be announced in January and the producers of the first, second and third place videos will be awarded $4,000, $2,000 and $1,000 respectively to support their school’s dry grad celebration.
Voting ends at noon on December 12th.