Arizona AG's Office Turns to Heavy-Hitters For New Anti-Meth Campaign -- Seventh-Graders
As part of the Arizona Meth Project's "Not Even Once" campaign, the AG's office is asking seventh and eighth grade students to submit their drawings to the Meth Prevention Poster Contest.
|Arizona Meth Project|
Frankly, if grotesque images of toothless, beaten-up hookers -- like the ones in the previous campaigns -- didn't work, we find it hard to believe that the etchings of junior-high kids are gonna do much to curb meth use. Unless, of course, junior-high kids can draw really good pictures of toothless, beaten-up hookers.
The contest is only available to seventh- and eighth-grade students in Arizona schools and must be received in the AG's office by January 29, 2010.
Applicants are encouraged to come up with slogans and images that "keep it simple," but will catch someone's attention.
Applications and drawing can be sent to the Attorney General's Office, Attn: Sara Acer at 1275 W. Washington St. Phoenix, AZ 85007.