Delbarton freshman wins video contest with anti-smoking message

 

Smoking is bad for you.  How bad?

Delbarton freshman Grant Brewster, winner of a video contest about the dangers of smoking.

Delbarton freshman Grant Brewster, winner of a video contest about the dangers of smoking.

Check out this short video, 5 Reasons, by Delbarton freshman Grant Brewster.

It earned $1,000 for Grant, a Wyckoff resident, and another $1,000 for his Morris Township parochial school, as the winning New Jersey entry in a contest for metro-area middle school and high school students.

The contest was sponsored by ENT & Allergy Associates as part of the American Cancer Society’s Great American Smokeout.

To make the final cut, Grant’s video finished among the top five online vote-getters. Entries could not exceed two minutes in length.  The sponsor made the award based upon “creativity, content, influence and overall anti-smoking message. “

Scene from '5 Reasons,' video contest winner about smoking hazards by Delbarton freshman Grant Brewster.

Scene from ’5 Reasons,’ video contest winner about smoking hazards by Delbarton freshman Grant Brewster.

Grant Brewster, a Delbarton freshman, with winning check from anti-smoking video contest.

Grant Brewster, a Delbarton freshman, with winning check from anti-smoking video contest.

Grant Brewster of Delbarton has won a video contest.  From left: Brother Paul Diveny, OSB- Headmaster Delbarton, Rich Effman- Director of Marketing ENTA, Dr. Archana Mehta- Allergist ENTA, Grant Brewster- Freshman Delbarton, Amy Ferraro – Marketing Associate ENTA

Grant Brewster of Delbarton has won a video contest. From left: Brother Paul Diveny, OSB- Headmaster Delbarton, Rich Effman- Director of Marketing ENTA, Dr. Archana Mehta- Allergist ENTA, Grant Brewster- Freshman Delbarton, Amy Ferraro – Marketing Associate ENTA

 

 



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