The 4th Annual “Fuel the Future” video contest has been official kicked off by the Iowa Renewable Fuels Association (IRFA). The high school student contest is seeking the best student-produced video promoting the use of ethanol, E15 and/or biodiesel. The top three video entries will receive prizes in the amounts of $1,000, $600 and $400 respectively; will be aired at the 2014 Iowa Renewable Fuel Summit on January 28; and will be featured on IRFA’s YouTube channel.
“The IRFA is excited to announce the launch of the 4th Annual ‘Fuel the Future’ high school video contest,” said IRFA Communications Director T.J. Page. “With new fueling options like E15, and interest in renewable fuels continuing to grow, we can’t wait to see how Iowa high school students promote renewable fuels to today’s motorists.”
Need some inspiration? Then look no further than last year’s winning video.
The “Fuel the Future” contest is limited to students currently attending high school (grades 9-12 in a public, private or home school) in Iowa. Video entries may not exceed two minutes in length and must be submitted to IRFA via DVD, flash drive, or secure web link. All completed video entries must be received in the IRFA office by January 16, 2014, to be considered for the contest. For more information, including the official entry form and contest rules, please visit the IRFA website. IRFA also extends a sincere thank you to the law firm of Faegre Baker Daniels for sponsoring this contest for the fourth consecutive year.