Frequently asked questions
What kinds of ideas are eligible for the 5-Hour Energy® "What Would You Do With 5 Hours?" Contest?
Who is eligible to participate in the 5-Hour Energy® "What Would You Do With 5 Hours?"Challenge?
How do I enter the 5-Hour Energy® "What Would You Do With 5 Hours?" Contest?
Submit your idea for the 5-Hour Energy® "What Would You Do With 5 Hours?" Contest Web
You will also need to send us the following:
The proof of enrollment and completed release forms must be received by April 30th and mailed to:
Please note that if you are entering as a group, be sure to appoint a group leader to handle registration as duplicate entries will be disqualified.
The Winner’s charitable organization will receive one thousand dollars ($1,000) in cash. The Winners agree and understand that the prize money must go to the charitable organization they identified in connection with their Community Service Project in their Submission.
The Winner will also receive two hundred fifty two (252) bottles of 5-hour ENERGY® to be split among the group members as they undertake their Community Service Project or volunteer work.
See official contest rules for more detailed information.
Is there a registration fee?
When does the 5-Hour Energy® "What Would You Do With 5 Hours?" Contest start and end?
All idea submissions must be received no later than April 28th, 2010.
The finalist will be posted to the website on May 3rd, 2010 at which time the ideas can be voted on by your peers to help decide the winner. The voting period will be between May 3rd and May 14th, 2010.
The winner will be announced the week of May 17th, 2010.
For more detailed information view the official contest rules.
Does each student/group required to have an affiliation with a non-profit organization?
Can more than one student/group be affiliated with the same non-profit organization?
Is there a limit to the number of group members?
Who will be judging the submissions?
What are the judging criteria for the submissions?
What happens to my submission?
Will my submission remain private? What about my proprietary ideas?
Still have questions?