For the fourth straight year, a West Shore Career-Tech Media, Art & Design student has won the Teen Driver Safety Billboard Design Challenge. Congratulations to senior Gaby Bush of Bay Village High School for her winning design! The contest requires students to create a billboard design that tackles the issue of distracted teen driving.
Gaby’s winning design, “One Like Shouldn’t Cost a Life” will be displayed on five digital billboards for two-three weeks at various high-visibility locations throughout Cleveland, including I-90 and I-480. It is estimated that approximately half a million people will see Gaby’s billboard design during their placement.
Gaby's teacher, Anne McQuay, was pleasantly surprised to find herself with another billboard contest winner.
"Even though school looks different this year, we are still working towards producing work at a professional level," McQuay sid. I was surprised and humbled to have a student win this contest for the 4th year in a row! It goes to show how passionate students in media art and design are about their program."
In addition to the billboard exposure, Gaby will receive a $500 cash prize for winning the contest, which is sponsored by University Hospitals, Safe Communities Coalition and State Farm Insurance.