David Knight - 16th Nov 2012

Drinkaware has recently launched a competition encouraging budding young film-makers to create a short film which shows that if you are drinking, drink responsibly to have a good time this Christmas. It's the 'Why let the good times go bad' Christmas video competition.

Whether you're an iPhone enthusiast or a dab hand with a professional camera, all applicants are invited to enter videos that emphasise our campaign tips such as, eating isn't cheating and alternating alcoholic drinks with soft ones, to encourage young adults to keep the good times good by not drinking too much.

The winning entry will win £1,500 worth of Jessops vouchers and two runners up will receive £250 worth of Jessop vouchers. In addition to this, the lucky winner's will also have their film featured as part of Drinkaware's Christmas 'Why let good times go bad campaign which challenges young adults' attitudes and behaviour towards alcohol.

The 'Why let good times go bad' campaign competition is available to all UK residents aged 18 years and over. Go to the Drinkaware website for more information on how to enter. The deadline for entries is December 2nd.

David Knight - 16th Nov 2012

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