‘Smoking and Sex’ First Challenge in Video Contest Series Aiming to Put the Edge Back Into Anti-Tobacco Education

Smoking and Sex' is the first contest in the Tobacco Sucks Video Contest series - a series of video contests made possible through an unrestricted grant from the Quit Doc Research and Education Foundation to help put the edge back in anti-tobacco education. Contestants shoot and submit a 60 second video by March 15, 2013 for a chance to win an iPhone 5 or $650.00 Gift Card.

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Videos can be funny, dramatic or outrageous – whatever makes for the most compelling and engaging video possible. Anything is allowed except for profanity or nudity.

Sarasota, FL (PRWEB) February 12, 2013

A new series of video contests designed to put the edge back into anti-tobacco education was announced today on the YouTube ‘Tobacco Sucks Contest Channel’. The first video contest is called ‘Smoking and Sex’ and contestants are tasked with developing a 60-second video highlighting the deleterious effects of smoking upon human sexual performance and response. The grand prize for this contest is an Apple iPhone 5.

According to Doctor Oz, smoking for men has been linked to erectile dysfunction, low testosterone levels and low sex drive. For women, smoking can change their hormone levels, cause menstrual cycle problems, make it harder to get pregnant and increase risk of miscarriage.

‘Smoking and Sex’ video contestants will research, write, shoot and submit a 60 second video dealing with these effects, and others, of smoking on sex. The videos can be funny, dramatic or outrageous – whatever makes for the most compelling and engaging video possible. Anything is allowed except for profanity or nudity.

Entries are submitted simply by using the video reply button to upload contestant’s videos as replies to the ‘Smoking and Sex’ video contest announcement video.

The contest video submission deadline is Midnight ET, March 15th, 2013. The top ten videos will be judged by a panel of successful producers, directors, agency heads and doctors to choose the grand prize winner. It’s a chance for wide recognition of the creative efforts of contest participants.

The supporters of this contest are challenging American youth to create great video that entertains and educates while driving awareness of the always deadly and sometimes embarrassing aspects of tobacco use.

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The Tobacco Sucks Video Contests are made possible through an unrestricted grant from the Quit Doc Research and Education Foundation. This contest is for educational purposes only. By viewing and/or participating in this contest you understand that as the videos and conversations on the contest site are open forum-based and that QuitDoc and related entities are not responsible nor to held liable for any comments or videos posted by other persons.