Congratulations to the 2018 The Greatest Save Teen PSA 2018 National Winner From St. Louis Area
Congratulations to the 2017 The Greatest Save Teen PSA Program National Winner
James Clemens High School from Madsion, Alabama with their entry entitled “How Well Do You Know Your Friends”.
The announcement was made at Major League Baseball’s All-Star FanFest by (r-l) KinderVision National Spokesperson and Baseball Hall of Fame Member Rollie Fingers. KinderVision Founder Doug Sebastian, Miami Marlins Director of Community Relations Angela Smith and Jon Warden, KinderVision Director of Celebrity Relations also participated in the announcement.
Chosen from hundreds of entries from high schools in twenty-one States across the county as one of twenty-five area winners, chosen as one of ten national semi-finalists and one of five national finalists, this PSA carried the largest percentage of the national vote an also won the vote of more than 150 teens from fifteen States at Major League Baseball All-Star FanFest in Miami. It topped finalist entries from Florida (2), Michigan and Texas.
Congratulations also go to:
1st Runner up: “Too Easy” from Centennial High School in Port St. Lucie, Florida
2nd Runner up: “Taken” from Spoto High School in Tampa, Florida
Congratulations to these high schools and high schools in throughout the country that participated in 2017 The Greatest Save Teen PSA Program.
Congratulations to Plymouth South High School – 2016 Boston Area winner and 2016 Teen PSA National Winner
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Tom Antl is video teacher at San Diego school for creative and performing arts.
” Thank you so much for such a great experience! The students were thrilled and on top of that the Padres asked my student Broadcast team if we wanted to produce a live Padres game in August!
Such an incredible opportunity wouldn’t have been possible without the Teen PSA Program.
-Tom Antl – video teacher