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The trophy could be yours if you join us this summer!
SIGN UP by March 1, 2018: nad.org/youth/college-bowl
VIDEO DESCRIPTION AND TRANSCRIPT: College Bowl committee member Josh Josa is standing inside the NAD Headquarters lobby. A small white NAD logo appears on bottom right corner.
JOSH: A NAD tradition since–
Video cuts to an old black and white video clip of George Veditz. Video transitions to film shutter back to Josh.
JOSH: …not THAT long ago. Since 1988, the College Bowl competition is held at each biennial NAD conference and brings together young deaf and hard of hearing students from colleges and universities for a lively competition that spans over four days with preliminary and final matches.
Video cuts to photo montage: 1) group photo of different players cheering from sidelines; 2) wide shot of three teams on stage with screens behind them; 3) close-up of three judges; 4) medium shot of three teams on stage figuring out the answer; and 5) wide shot of audience cheering for the winning team.
JOSH: This battle of the minds takes place over the course of three rounds with trivia questions from various categories like English, science, math, deaf History, and more. Eager to learn more? You want to compete in the #NAD2018 College Bowl competition in Hartford, Connecticut? Explore our website and sign up!
ON-SCREEN-GRAPHIC: NAD.ORG/YOUTH/COLLEGE-BOWL; JULY 3-7, 2018; TEAMS CAN SIGN UP BY MARCH 1, 2018.
Video fades to a soft white background with several different font types showing “NAD” very quickly. Copyright video ends with the National Association of the Deaf (NAD) logo centered. Blue text below the logo appears, “The National Association of the Deaf / (copyright) 2018 All Rights Reserved / www.nad.org”. After a few beats, a yellow highlight appears with the URL.
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