Metzger Wickersham Awards 6 Student Winners in 2015 Road to Safety Scholarship Contest

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HARRISBURG, Pa – Metzger Wickersham law firm announces the winners of its 3rd annual student scholarship contest. The Road to Safety Scholarship Contest (formerly known as the Arrive Alive Contest) encourages graduating, college-bound high school seniors to enter a creative project about the dangers of drunk driving and/or distracted driving. Metzger Wickersham’s goal in hosting the contest is to spread awareness about the safety issues facing teens on the road today.

“As personal injury lawyers, we feel it is our civic duty to promote awareness about the consequences of risky driving behaviors,” said Metzger Wickersham attorney Zach Campbell. “The Road to Safety Scholarship is a way for us to give back to the community and get teenagers involved in spreading the word about important issues like distracted driving and driving while intoxicated.”

Students were asked to come up with a memorable, innovative and effective way to motivate drivers to be more safety-conscious behind the wheel. High school seniors throughout Pennsylvania submitted a variety of original entries, such as videos, poems, songs and posters, for their chance to win college scholarship money.

“We were highly impressed with the effort put forth by the students,” Campbell commented. “Distracted and drunk driving tragedies are fully preventable, and these students should be proud that they are helping to drive that message home.”

The following students were chosen as winners in Metzger Wickersham’s 2015 Road to Safety Scholarship Contest:
First Place Winners (Prize: $1,000 Scholarship)
Alexis Oplinger, Lake-Lehman High School
Lucas Wozniak, Cumberland Valley High School

Second Place Winners (Prize: $750 Scholarship)
Bailey Tomes, Red Lion High School
Kierra Zack, Northern High School
Third Place Winners (Prize: $500 Scholarship)

William Bachman, South Western High School
Victoria Fisher, Penn Manor High School
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About Metzger Wickersham

Established in 1888 by Frank B. Wickersham, Metzger Wickersham is one of Pennsylvania’s oldest law firms. The firm’s practice areas include car and truck accidents, motorcycle accidents, social security disability, workers’ compensation, nursing home negligence, dog bites and other personal injury cases. Metzger Wickersham has six offices located in Central and Northeastern Pennsylvania: Harrisburg, Lancaster, Pottsville, Shippensburg, Wilkes-Barre and York. For more information, visit

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