Miss Eagle Brittnee Abraham Competes In The Ultimate Reign Competition
Published Wednesday, October 24th, 2012
Miss Eagle is competing in "The Ultimate Reign Competition" sponsored by Verizon. The $20,000 in cash and prizes will award a technology-supported community service initiative at Coppin.
Brittnee Abraham needs your vote.
Please visit www.verizoninsider.com/theultimatereign. Voting ends October 31, 2012 and a winner will be announced in November.
The 2012 -2013 Miss Eagle is competing in The Ultimate Reign Competition sponsored by Verizon Insider. The campaign supports community service initiatives for historically black colleges and universities (HBCUs) and will crown a campus' King or Queen as the winner.
Verizon Wireless launched the Ultimate Reign Competition, where the 2012-2013 Elected Queens and Kings of HBCUs can enter to compete for a chance to win over $20,000 in cash and prizes for themselves and their schools. Each King and Queen must upload their video submission to announce how they will use 4G technology to achieve their community service platform, states the Facebook page.
According to the site, the entry who receives the most votes will the grand prize of $15,000 to support the Queen’s or King’s community service initiative, $5,000 scholarship and one Motorola 4G LTE tech pack*. Second place winner will receive $7,000 to support the Queen’s or King’s community service initiative, $3,000 scholarship and one Motorola 4G LTE tech pack*. And the third Place Prize will get one Motorola 4G LTE tech pack*.
"The Ultimate Competition to me is a chance for me to show that Coppin State University is more than that school on North Avenue with low retention rate. [But] it’s a school that gives back to the community and cares about making Baltimore better,” said Abraham in her video. “I would use the scholarship to start a program that brings different leaders to schools in West Baltimore, to read to students, organize a clean-up, give advice and mentor students."
To learn more about Brittnee Abraham’s platform and to vote visit, www.verizoninsider.com/theultimatereign.