Brock International has launched its Safety MVP Contest to recognize U.S. schools that value safety as much as having a winning team. The school with the most compelling entry will win the Grand Prize of $5,000 worth of sports equipment.
Brock, an active voice in concussion prevention and education, recently launched Brock
PowerBase Youth Safety Research (YSR), the first synthetic turf safety and drainage layer engineered specifically for young athletes.
The Brock Safety MVP Contest is open to middle school and high school students in the United States that can demonstrate why safety is as important as winning to their team using video submissions of no longer than five minutes in length. Students must
create the video from concept to completion, and coaches, faculty, staff,
athletes and their families are encouraged to participate. Entries must be received by April 1, 2013. To learn more, visit www.saferyouthsports.org.