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Metzger Wickersham Awards 9 Student Winners in 2014 Arrive Alive Scholarship Contest

Metzger Wickersham law firm is pleased to announce the winners of its 2nd annual Arrive Alive Contest. The Arrive Alive scholarship contest encourages graduating high school seniors in Pennsylvania to enter a project that creatively illustrates the theme, “Stay safe when you drive… Arrive Alive!”

Throughout the spring, students submitted creative entries, such as videos, poems, songs, and posters, for their chance to win a new laptop. Metzger Wickersham’s goal in hosting the contest is to get students more involved in spreading the word about the dangers of drunk and distracted driving.

Prizes will be presented to the winners at Metzger Wickersham’s Harrisburg office today, June 17, 2014 at 11 am. Media coverage of the event is invited and encouraged.

2014 Arrive Alive Contest Winners:

Marissa Coleman tshirt

Marissa designed a t-shirt to promote awareness about drinking and driving. She has personally experienced the dangerous situations people can face due to drunk driving, and wants to spread the word that driving sober is always the smart choice.

First Place (Prize: Mac Book Pro)
Marissa Coleman, Bucktail High School
Bayli Kurtz, South Williamsport High School

Second Place (Prize: iPad)
Mary Erica Crouse, Dayspring Christian Academy
Will Gingerich, Central Dauphin East High School
Cameron Kramer, Central Dauphin East High School
Daymon Long, Northern Lebanon High School

Third Place (Prize: iPad mini)
Jessep Caravella, Danville High School
Olivia Kojadinovich, Lake Lehman High School
Samantha Reposa, Tunkhannock High School

For more information, please visit http://arrivealivepa.com/winners/2014-winners/