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Tell Your Story: Call for Video Submissions

Created 7/16/2012 by Veronica Marzilli
Updated 10/15/2012 by Ben Fowler
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The search is on! We're looking for the best stories of regional collaboration over the past year that involve working with NEEA and our partners to help create a more, vibrant, sustainable Northwest.

It's easy. Create a 60-second (YouTube quality) video showing how you have collaborated over the past year with NEEA and/or our energy efficiency partners. Upload the video to your favorite video sharing site (YouTube, Vimeo, etc) and fill out an entry on Conduit.

So, what’s in it for you? The top 5 winners as chosen by NEEA will be selected to be featured in front of the entire EE community at NEEA’s Annual Stakeholder Meeting on October 16, 2012 in Spokane Washington. Winners will also receive a complimentary ticket to NEEA’s Annual Stakeholder Meeting. (Travel costs not included.) Please feel free to share this contest with other folks who have a great story to tell. Thanks!
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Comments (5)
Shelly Carlton on 07/16/12 on 12:35 PM (Pacific Time)
Hi! How widely is this being distributed? Conduit only?
Veronica Marzilli on 07/16/12 on 01:38 PM (Pacific Time)
Shelly - we are promoting mainly on Conduit, with some wider distribution to NEEA's stakeholders through twitter and our website, neea.org and really trying to encouraging sharing/referrals among our most active, core group. Hope that helps!
Justin Holzgrove on 07/20/12 on 09:20 AM (Pacific Time)
Oh man, this is really embarassing, but we found a very simple, easy to miss typo in the video link I uploaded with the original submission. This is the new link:
NEEA PUD 3 = DHP!

Sorry about that!
(LINK GOES HERE: http://youtu.be/c31S03gCvBg)
Veronica Marzilli on 07/20/12 on 09:31 AM (Pacific Time)

Thanks to Justin Holzgrove at Mason County PUD 3 for enterin gthe first submission to our Tell Your Story Contest!Check out his submission at:Mason County PUD 3 - DHP Video
Hugh ONeill on 08/09/12 on 01:42 PM (Pacific Time)
I notice that Mason County PUD 3's video is about 2:45 minutes.  May I assume that you will accept video entries that are a little (but not a lot) longer than 60 seconds?