To participate in the video contest, eligible individuals (see “Eligibility” section below for eligibility requirements) must create a video about the concept of “how you’re getting your assets taxed off” in Florida, focusing on the impact of property taxes on your personal or professional life. Eligible individuals must log in and follow the on-screen links and instructions to submit their Video entry(entries) and all required information via the website during the Entry Period. All Videos must comply with the “Submission Requirements” detailed in that section below and otherwise comply with the YouTube Terms of Service. Limit five (5) Videos per person. If there are fewer than twenty (20) eligible Videos submitted during the Entry Period, Sponsor reserves the right to revise the Entry Period and/or Contest Period, including, without limitation, extending the Entry Period by fourteen (14) days, and otherwise modify the Contest as time permits and as deemed appropriate in Sponsor’s sole discretion.
- Videos MUST NOT exceed ninety (90) seconds in length.
- Videos must be in English or subtitled in English, as applicable.
- Unless specified otherwise in these Project Details, all Entrant Content must be your own original creation or in the public domain and free of any copyrighted material (such as, without limitation, music, movie, or third party video clips or fictional characters). You must provide detailed information of your Entrant Content regarding the source, the creator and background information as requested by Sponsor through the submission form.
The Contest is open only to residents of the Florida who are at least eighteen (18) years of age at time of initial participation. To be eligible you must have Internet access and a valid e-mail address. Video submissions are accepted until November 1, 2012. See “Judging Criteria” below.
Eligible Videos will be judged by the Judges, based on the following criteria: creativity; entertainment value; production quality; and fulfilling the project objective. The decision of the Judges shall be final.
Weekly winners will receive a $50 visa gift card and be featured on the TaxYourAssetsOff.com website. The monthly winner will receive a $500 visa gift card and be featured on the TaxYourAssetsOff.com website. Additionally, one grand prize will be given to the best video for the duration of the campaign to be awarded on November 1st, 2012 and will be a $1,000 visa gift card.
Taxpayers First reserves the right to display submitted video on the campaign website and/or utilize all of the videos submitted in promotional campaigns to promote Taxpayers First and it’s initiatives. Taxpayers First reserves the right to edit or shorten submissions. Submission of a video shall constitute permission for use and editing by Taxpayers First. Contestants may be asked to provide the original audio and video files used during production of the entry for broadcast purposes. Taxpayers First reserves the right to not display any submission on the contest website without notification or explanation.