The Ohio Attorney General’s Office now offers several new videos on consumer protection topics. Watch as Consumer Protection Section experts discuss home improvement, identity theft, and other issues, and check out the winning student videos from the office’s 2012 Take Action High School Video Contest.
To view all Attorney General videos, visit the videos page of the office’s website at www.OhioAttorneyGeneral.gov/Videos
or its YouTube channel at www.youtube.com/user/OhioAttorneyGeneral
In March, the Consumer Protection Section recorded a video tip of the day in honor of National Consumer Protection Week. The section also recognized the winners of the 2012 Take Action Contest, a scholarship competition open to all Ohio high school students in grades 9 through 12.
The office received 240 submissions from students of 50 schools in 26 counties. The three winning teams were:
First place: Kayla Hanneman and Maclane Nugent, seniors from Pymatuning Valley High School in Ashtabula County. They will split a $2,500 scholarship for their video, “I Knew You Were Lion.”
Second place: Eric McGinnis and Jesse Braun, seniors from Normandy High School in Cuyahoga County. They will split a $1,500 scholarship for their video, “Please be Careful.”
Third place: Junior David Michael and senior Chance Davis of Dublin Coffman High School in Franklin County. They will split a scholarship of $1,000 for their video, “Stopping Scholarship Scams.”
To view the winning videos and see a list of other finalists, visit the contest page at www.OhioAttorneyGeneral.gov/TakeActionContest