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NO BULL Challenge

I am pleased to reconnect with updates on NO BULL Challenge and to welcome 4-H students’ participation in our 2015 video contest which is now in full swing and runs through February 27, 2015. I have attached a copy of our flier.

We have added a several new and exciting elements to the NO BULL Challenge:

Added a vine entry category.

Added a People Choice Award - While social voting will help narrow to 25 and then to 15 finalists, contestants may continually promote their videos and go after the one award that skips past the judges and straight to the winner’s podium—the People’s Choice Award.

Introduced the “Move It,” Change Makers Reaching Millions Campaign and “Move it” Award. All contestants are invited to participate in the “Move It,” Change Makers Reaching Millions Campaign—taking the NO BULL Challenge to the next level! This is contestants’ opportunity to promote their video creatively through social media as well as in their school or community. This is a way to be heard, be counted, and improve their chances of capturing the People’s Choice Votes!

The “Move It” Award—Top video nominees will qualify for the “Move It” Award. This will recognize individuals for their stellar outreach efforts (through and following the NO BULL Challenge until August 7, 2015), showcasing their leadership, communication, teamwork and organizational skills. All nominees will present their “Move It” strategies and results to their fellow nominees at the August 8th Education Conference in Los Angeles. The winner of the “Move It” award will be selected through peer vote on August 8, 2015.

Opened the No BULL Challenge to college students up to age 23—the college awards will be distinct and will not compete with entries from teens.

I hope that the NO BULL Challenge will provide an interesting opportunity to engage 4-H students and welcome their participation!

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