L.E.A.F. ECOmmercial Contest for California High School Students Deadline Approaching

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Wednesday, March 16, 2011 - 11:20am

CAMPAIGN: L.E.A.F. ECOmmercial Contest for 2011

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With just under three weeks until the March 31st deadline, it’s time to stop procrastinating and time to get to work!

LEAF, the Leaders of Environmental Action Films contest, is in full swing and the entries are rolling in, but there’s still time to get your ECOmmercial filmed, edited, and submitted before the deadline passes. The longer you wait though, the harder it will be to compete for the chance at the YouTube most viewed award, and for the Facebook most Liked award, so don’t wait too long!

What’s an ECOmmercial? It’s a 30 or 60 second public service announcement on any eco topic of your choice. Build a good one and you’re up for a chance to win some great prizes! Visit www.leaf-rocks.com to learn more and be sure to check out the most recent entries here. You can also follow along on Facebook.

Even if you’re not a California High School student, you can participate by viewing and “Liking” those that you appreciate the most. We’ll be announcing the winners at the end of April, so stay tuned!

About L.E.A.F.:
L.E.A.F., Leaders of Environmental Action Films, an Inside the Outdoors Foundation project, is a group of individuals, organizations and companies that have come together to empower youth to become leaders in the environment, through the powerful art of film and technology. This created a library of creative and effective student public service announcements that can be utilized by non-profit environmental agencies for their local to global outreach campaigns. L.E.A.F. celebrity partners include Ed Begley Jr., Charles Hambleton and actress Tanna Fredrick.  Volcom and etnies with Planet Connect are presenting partners with support from the City of Newport Beach, Newport Beach Film Festival, Inside the Outdoors Foundation, OC Parks, ESPN X Games, Alliance for Climate Education (ACE), American Renewable Energy Day (AREDAY), Participant Media’s Take Part, Firewire Surfboards, Wahoo’s Fish Taco, Festival of Children Foundation, Plastic Pollution Coalition, Environmental Media Associates (EMA), The Active Empire (Ate), Project Save Our Surf (PSOS), Kids vs. Global Warming, Imatter, UC Irvine Center for Educational Partnerships, Municipal Water District of Orange County, and others. For more information visit http://www.leaf-rocks.com.

About Volcom: 
Volcom is an innovative designer, marketer and distributor of premium quality young men’s and women’s clothing, accessories and related products. The Volcom brand, symbolized by The Stone, is athlete-driven, creative and forward thinking. Volcom has consistently followed its motto of “youth against establishment,” and the brand is inspired by the energy of youth culture. Volcom branded products are sold throughout the United States and internationally. Volcom’s news announcements and SEC filings are available through the company’s website at www.volcom.com

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CAMPAIGN: L.E.A.F. ECOmmercial Contest for 2011

CONTENT: Blog