Wednesday, August 18, 2010

Liberty Central Launches Online 'Get Your Liberty On' Video Contest

/PRNewswire/ -- As part of its ongoing effort to renew and deepen appreciation of liberty in America, Liberty Central opened a video contest this week giving its 200,000 activists the opportunity to win an all-expenses paid trip to Washington, D.C. to join Liberty Central staff, including President and CEO, Ginni Thomas, at the 2nd Annual March on D.C. on September 9-12, 2010. Activists have until August 29, 2010 to submit a video no longer than 90 seconds that creatively portrays how they, along with family, friends, and colleagues, experience liberty in America or are expressing love for their liberty.

"We're getting our liberty on here at Liberty Central, and we're anticipating cool, creative videos from American citizens celebrating the joys of this important gift from our Founders," said Thomas.

Activists are encouraged to channel singer-songwriter Scott Leigh, who wrote and produced a song for Liberty Central entitled "Get Your Liberty On" to kick off the contest. Scott's video exemplifies why creative expression--one of the many blessings of liberty--is so important. Watch his video here:

Liberty Central lends several freedom-inspiring illustrations to help stir ideas, including a home video of a family's trip to our nation's historical sites, a concerned citizen at a town hall asking tough questions and demanding accountability from his representative, a new American citizen explaining her feeling of newfound liberty, and a testimonial from a military veteran about fighting for liberty. Liberty Central hopes that the contest will inspire activists to tenaciously defend this precious gift from our Founding Fathers, along with the principles of free enterprise, national security, limited government, and personal responsibility, at the 2010 March on D.C. events and beyond.

After the contest closes on August 29, the winner will be announced on September 2 via email and on The winner will receive a roundtrip ticket from his or her hometown to Washington, D.C., a hotel room for September 9-12, Patriot Passes to all March on D.C. events from Sept 9-12, including the Remember the Ladies Banquet (open to men and women), the Liberty XPO & Symposium and VIP reception, and $200 for purchasing food, tips, and other incidentals. He or she will also march with the Liberty Central staff down Constitution Avenue to VIP seats at the March on D.C. rally following a memorial ceremony on September 11. Videos must include the spoken or written phrase "Get Your Liberty On" and direct viewers to

Liberty Central, Inc. is a non-profit organization that equips citizen leaders to lobby for liberty.

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