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Lights, Camera, Save!

Lights, Camera, Save


It’s another way we’re helping teens get money-smart!

Encourage your teen to become a savings star and win big!

U.S. Bank in conjunction with the American Bankers Association are sponsoring the Lights, Camera, Save! contest; a unique competition that encourages tech-savvy youth to creatively illustrate the value of saving money with the power of video. Create a video for a chance to win one of U.S. Bank’s preliminary round prizes and a chance to win one of the ABA national contest prizes.

Participation is simple

  1. Teens, ages 13-18, create a 60-90 second video demonstrating the value of saving and using money wisely.
  2. Contest begins November 1, 2013. Submit the video’s URL along with a completed entry form to U.S. Bank by November 30, 2013. See official rules below.
  3. U.S. Bank will select preliminary round winners by December 15, 2013 and submit the 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place preliminary round winning entries to compete in the American Bankers Association national contest.

U.S. Bank Preliminary Round Prizes           U.S. Bank School Prizes

1st Place: $1,500 1st Place: $750
2nd Place: $1,000 2nd Place: $500
3rd Place: $500 3rd Place: $250

ABA National Contest Prizes                       ABA School Prizes

1st Place: $5,000 1st Place: $1,500
2nd Place: $2,500 2nd Place: $750
3rd Place: $1,000 3rd Place: $300

Video Concept Ideas…

  • DESIGN a plan to teach others about saving and using money wisely.
  • CREATE a recipe for savings success.
  • GET CREATIVE! Come up with a unique way to demonstrate the value of saving.

Official Rules and Entry Packets

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Questions about the Lights, Camera, Save! contest? Email US at

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