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Teen Artists and Teachers Could Win $250 from Home

 

 

Need a “Shelter in Place” Activity for Teens and Tweens?

Teachers – Need an Art Activity for your Lesson Plan?

Parents and teachers – we have an idea to unleash the creativity in your kids while you’re “Safer at Home.” The best part is artists and teachers have a chance to win cash, too!

We’ve extended the deadline for the NTTA 2020 Digital Media Design Contest, which focuses on road safety. Students who are in grades 8-12 can submit their original designs through June 2 for a chance to win a $250 Visa gift card plus promotion of their talent to our customers.

And, the teacher whose name is listed on the most entry forms will also win a $250 Visa gift card!

Requirements:

The winning entry will incorporate a safety message/design to help us bring attention to one of these safety campaigns:

National Work Zone Awareness Week or International My Red Thumb Day

Eligible contest entries must be submitted electronically and can include digital illustration, photography or graphic design. Hand-drawn or painted images are also eligible if they are converted to a digital file and submitted electronically.

All artwork must be an original work of art, authored by the student and not infringe on any third-party rights. Other requirements include:

  • Submission, including entry form, must be received no later than 11:59 p.m. (CT), Tuesday, June 2, 2020, via email to TollTagInsider@ntta.org
  • JPEG or PNG files only, attached to the email
  • Files must be no larger than 1 MB
  • 476 x 249 pixel ratio, landscape
  • Must be 72 DPI in RGB color format
  • Do not include disturbing graphic imagery
  • Do not include NTTA® or TollTag® trademarks or logos
  • Entries must incorporate a safety message/design. Sample topics:
    • Eliminating distracted driving, especially texting while driving (Earn bonus points for featuring NTTA’s Red Thumb campaign)
    • Work-zone safety awareness
    • Driver/road worker safety
  • Review the Official Rules

The winning Student and the Teacher will be announced on or before July 1, 2020, via NTTA’s social media channels and the TollTag Insider newsletter.

Submit your design early to make a big impression!