Tuesday, November 13, 2007

Free money for school

A friend from NBC11 sent me a press release from Trugo, a new social networking site. They are having a contest and offering up to $30,000 for the winner to pay for college! That would go a long way at a state school! All you have to do is make a video saying why you should get the money. Then users can vote on who they think has the best video.

Trugo, a new social networking site, today announced a $100,000 college tuition contest which will award ten winners up to $30,000 in tuition funds. College students around the country may enter the online video contest by recording a four-minute video performance answering the question “Why Should Trugo Pay for Your Tuition?”
I have not tried out the site yet, and since I am graduating in May I will not submit a video, but it is an interesting way to get people to check out the site, and sounds like a great way to try and get free money for school. Some of you who are going to be in school for a while longer need to try it out and let me know how it works. If nothing else, it is a chance to practice your video skills.

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