Attention Class! It’s Time to Vote for Your Favorite Student to Win The Study Haul Scholarship
Townsquare Media and Robert John & Associates have joined forces for the inaugural Study Haul Scholarship Contest. One hard-working local student will win $1,500 to further their academic success in the form of a deposit to their CollegeChoice 529 account.
That's where you come in! The lucky winner will be whichever student receives the most votes from friends, family members, neighbors, and maybe even strangers they meet in the grocery line. Whoever would like to support a wonderful young person in their educational journey can cast a vote below.
All students on the ballot were nominated the last couple of weeks by those close to them who wanted to shout them out for being incredible pupils and honestly just downright good humans. Parents and families, you should be very proud! Some kids even nominated themselves and I am totally here for it. You should absolutely be your own cheerleader and I gotta admire that hustle.
Congratulations to all of the students nominated! Now is the time to spread the word, share on social media, text your contact list, and announce to your classmates that they can support you by casting their vote which they can do once a day.
Voting begins today and will be open through November 5th at 11:59 PM Central. At that point, the votes will be tallied and the top student determined. That winner will receive a visit from Townsquare Media on-air personalities and representatives from Robert John & Associates as well as their big prize in the form of a U-Gift.
Study Haul Nominees
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*Winner must live within a 100-mile radius of Townsquare Media Evansville and will have 30 days to open a participating CollegeChoice529 account. Failure to do so will result in forfeiting the scholarship to an alternate winner. Details about UGift can be found here. The contest opens on October 16, 2023.* All Townsquare Media rules and contest rules apply.
Study Haul Nominees
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