Yearbook Company to Award Free Yearbooks to a School Through Video Contest

COOPER CITY, FL—August 25, 2010—Yearbook Life today announced its “Back-to-School Video Yearbook Contest,” which provides elementary, middle and high school students across the country an opportunity to win free yearbooks for their entire school, plus other great prizes.

As one of the most affordable yearbook publishing companies, Yearbook Life is always looking for ways to help schools save money on their school yearbook costs. Whether it’s offering free yearbook publishing software, including EZBook or Yearbook Fusion, or providing tons of free resources including free full color stock covers, free full color proofs, free yearbook sales marketing materials or the most convenient payment options in the industry, including No Money Down to start your yearbook project, there’s no doubt that when price matters, Yearbook Life is the smart choice for yearbook publishing.

“Considering the fact that many school budgets have been cut this year due to the economy, we wanted to do something to help students still get their school yearbooks at a low cost or possibly no cost,” explains John Platts, President of Yearbook Life. “We hope this video contest will provide schools looking for ways to save money a great opportunity to raise money for other school programs.”

As part of the Video Yearbook Contest, elementary, middle and high schools are encouraged to submit a short video explaining why their school deserves to win free yearbooks. The yearbook contest will run from August 23 to October 1, 2010. One Grand Prize will be selected, along First and Second Place winners (one each) will be selected based on the school’s ability to present their story/content in a visually and verbally creative fashion and demonstrate their excellence in photo or video journalism.

Yearbook Life believes strongly in helping students express themselves and share their stories. This yearbook contest allows elementary, middle and high school students to showcase their talents and share their experiences as students within their individual communities and be recognized for their achievements through the use of video and photography.