05 May Vote Now for Your Favorite 5-Hour Energy Community Service Idea
5-Hour Energy has chosen the finalists for its “What Would You Do With 5-Hour Energy® To Make a Positive Impact In Your Community?” contest. Now it’s time for the fans to vote for their favorite idea.
Ideas were submitted from college students across the country, and the top four have made it to the final step in hopes to win $1,000 and 252 5-Hour Energy shots to help them make a positive impact on their community and implement their ideas.
The following finalists have been chosen by the 5-Hour Energy team based upon the scale of the project or idea, the story submitted to the team telling why the finalist’s chosen organization is important to them, and the impact the proposed project will have.
Now one of the following finalists will be crowned a winner, and it’s up to the fans to pick them!
Finalist #1: Work with the local Boys and Girls Club to teach young ones how to play Frisbee golf and croquet
Finalist #2: Join with the Tallahassee Sustainability Group to teach residents how to grow their own food and eat healthier while saving money
Finalist #3: Team up with the NAACP at the University of North Carolina at Wilmington for a garbage pickup and recycling effort around campus and surrounding community
Finalist #4: A fraternity effort to clean up a game production area in Vermillion, SD
Voting will be open until May 14th, and the winner announced the week of May 17th.