Do you know any youngsters ready to share their video-producing talent with the nation? American Stroke Month is the
perfect time for them to shine – and to spread stroke awareness – by creating an original hip hop stroke video. Kids ages 10-15 can enter the American Stroke Association’s Hip Hop Stroke Video Competition for a chance to meet 106 & Park host Terrence J.
The American Stroke Association challenges kids to join the fight against stroke by creating an original hip hop stroke music video for the national competition, which starts May 7 and runs through Sept. 21. The top 10 videos selected by the public earn the chance to have their work judged by celebrities such as Terrence J. and legendary hip hop artist Cheryl “Salt” James of Salt-n-Pepa! To qualify, all participants must download the official American Stroke Association hip hop stroke song from the website (the site will be live Monday, May 7!) and
include it in the video. A parent and/or grandparent must also be included in the video.
Stroke is the No. 4 cause of death and a leading cause of severe, long-term disability in America. Yet, 93 percent of people do not think of stroke as a major health concern. Make stroke awareness a priority in your life and enlighten those around you