Enter The Scotties 5th Annual TREES ROCK Video Contest!

Scotties Trees Rock Video Contest

It’s that time of year again – the start of the 2015/2016 Scotties Facial Tissues 5th Annual TREES ROCK video contest!

Why would you want your kid’s school to enter? Because the campaign, open to students in grades 3-6, provides them with environmental curriculum and tips about the many amazing things trees do in our community. It teaches kids the importance of trees, and can help fund their school’s sustainable project.

To enter the Trees Rock Video Contest, students are encouraged to shoot a 1-3 minute video to tell Scotties why trees are so important. The grand prize winner (determined by a national vote) will receive $10,000 to use on a sustainable project at their school.

Scotties Trees Rock Video Contest

All videos are to be submitted by November 13, 2015 at www.ScottiesTreesRock.com. The top 10 finalists will be announced in December 2015, and from there the videos will go to a national vote to determine the winner by early 2016. Prize money will be awarded at a celebratory event in April / May of 2016.

To give you an idea, here’s the previous year’s winning video:

Scotties is also giving us a chance to win one of 2,000 $25 gift cards! Just click on the second red button at www.ScottiesTreesRock.com to enter!


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Enter The Scotties 5th Annual TREES ROCK Video Contest! — 8 Comments

  1. What a fun idea. Trees do rock, and I bet my kids would love to do a video of them enjoying all that trees do for us. Thanks for the info.

  2. Such a great idea! I love contests that build awareness for important causes. I bet my kids would have such a great time making their video submissions. Climbing trres is one of their favorite pastimes!

  3. This is such a great project for kids to become more aware of the environment, I love it! I home school my children or I would probably try to get my daughter to enter. She is a bit too young though. I will definitely be sharing this with all of the parents I know!