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ALPHARETTA - With a total of four videos submitted for the first annual "Road To Safety" video competition, Alpharetta High School Student Andrew Jehscke took first place with his impressive piece above.
Andrew and his fellow students shot close to 50 hours of video and worked on the production over a few week's time. Eventually, they narrowed the footage down to the maximum time allowed of only two minutes.
While Andrew took away the lion's share of prizes which included a defensive driving course at Atlanta Motor Speedway in addition to a $100 gift certificate at The Olde Blind Dog Irish Pub, other competitors did not walk away empty handed.
Movie tickets, pizza dinners, and visa cards were all part of the treasure chest thanks to the wonderful sponsors below:
On the Move Movers, Bobby G's Chicago Eatery, Olde Blind Dog Irish Pub, The Longoria Family, The Moore Family, The Cauley Family, and Staples.
For 2011, wheels are already turning with the focus of including all Fulton County High Schools north of the Chattahoochee River.
Many thanks to Protectmilton.com, Accessmilton.com, and the Fulton County Board of Education for getting this program off the ground.
If you are interested in becoming a part of the "Road To Safety" program, please reach out to the three respective parties mentioned above.