Zero Fatalities looking for teens to make their Super Bowl commercial

SALT LAKE CITY — Zero Fatalities has launched a new contest, calling on Utah teens to create a 25-second traffic safety video. The winning video will be aired during the Super Bowl next year, and everyone who submits a qualifying entry will receive five free movie vouchers.


  • Your video must be no longer than 25 seconds. Be creative, but limit your submission to just 25 seconds at most. During the last 5 seconds, you must show the Zero Fatalities Logo. You can download the logo here.
  • Your video must be original. Your submission cannot have won a previous PSA or video contest. Any videos that have been previously exhibited or broadcast publicly will be invalid.
  • Videos must address one or all of our driving behaviors: Drowsy Driving, Distracted Driving, Aggressive Driving, Impaired Driving and Not Buckling Up. Learn about them here.
  • Your submission will be disqualified if it is defamatory, infringing, unlawful, obscene, indecent, harassing, bullying or threatening. Don’t break any laws for your video submission. The video must not contain any brand names or trademarks other than Zero Fatalities. See full rules below for more details.

Click here for full contest details.