Bonita Springs, Fl (PRWEB) December 1, 2006
Airborne, the number-one-selling herbal health formula, announced they will be giving filmmakers an extra few days to get in submissions for “The Germy’s,” an online film contest that will take two lucky winners to the 2007 Sundance Film Festival in Park City, Utah.
To be eligible, contestants must cleverly incorporate Airborne into their films. Whether it’s a spoof of the renowned Germ Guy character or an artistic interpretation of the effervescent Airborne fizzing, Airborne wants aspiring filmmakers to get creative!
Germy’s will be awarded in two categories — Amateur Films (30-90 seconds) and Professional Films (90 seconds to 3 minutes). Consumers will vote on the top 50 films from each category at http://www.AirborneGermys.com.
The top 10 filmmakers in each category will receive exclusive Airborne gift bags, just like the ones the stars get at Sundance; and one contestant from each category will win a three-day/two-night trip to Park City.
For each entry, Airborne will donate $1 to the Airborne Teacher Trust Fund (For details, visit http://www.AirborneTrust.com). The deadline for entries is now December 15, 2006. Entries can be uploaded at http://www.AirborneGermys.com, or mailed to:
The Germy's: An Airborne Short Film Contest
PO Box 328
Pittsburgh, PA 15230-0328
Created by former second-grade teacher Victoria Knight-McDowell, Airborne is the number-one-selling herbal supplement in the cough and cold aisle with 2006 sales of more than $100 million. Airborne contains a proprietary blend of 17 herbs, vitamins and nutrients to boost the immune system to help your body fight germs and viruses. Airborne effervescent tablets are available in Original Zesty Orange, Lemon-Lime, Pink Grapefruit and now Apple Cider (Airborne Nighttime). Airborne On-the-Go comes in refreshing Lemon-Lime flavor. Airborne Jr., formulated for kids, is available in a great-tasting grape flavor. Airborne Gummi Lozenges come in six natural flavors to help soothe throats.
For more information, visit http://www.AirborneHealth.com
EDITOR’S NOTE: Because Airborne is a dietary supplement, statements about this product have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. As with all dietary supplements, pregnant women or people on medication should consult a physician before taking Airborne.
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