5th Annual Student Video Contest Winners


Students throughout the panhandle participated in the BBB’s 5th Annual Student Video Contest. Twenty-one teams entered the contest this year and tonight the Top 5 teams competed at a Pitch Meeting at AmTech Career Academy.

The teams produced videos centered on the common theme of Trust. The program helps educate students on BBB’s trust principles and engages them in real world experiences that create and solve problems using sound ethical decisions.

The contest also gives students real world experience in video production and marketing.

Judges’ results are:

Participating schools learn about BBB and BBB is grateful to learn so much from these student partnerships!

BBB Student Video Contest engages local high schools to learn about BBB’s principles, including the Standards for Trust. “Teaching students about good business practices while learning alongside them is not only rewarding, but a win-win situation for the schools, the teachers, the students and the BBB!” said Janna Kiehl, President of BBB serving the Texas panhandle. “This program shows the talent of the students and their commitment to learning about ethics and incorporating them in everyday life.”

Congratulations to everyone who participated in this year’s contest. The judges were very impressed by all the videos. We are proud of our area schools and your commitment to BBB’s high standards of integrity.


Winning videos are available to watch at https://www.bbbvideocontest.org/amarillo/ and will be showcased at the 2022 Torch Awards for Ethics Celebration on June 10, 2022

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About The Student Video Contest

The Student Video Contest is an interactive competition among high school students from the Texas panhandle area. Students have 4 weeks to create, post and market their video.

It is a great opportunity for students interested in video production or advertising to promote their work and get feedback from industry professionals.

Students get real world experience in marketing and production while creating their video based on themes provided by BBB. The top five teams get the opportunity to present in front of the judges.

The BBB of Amarillo is a non-profit organization which serves the twenty six counties of the Texas panhandle. Our mission is to promote trust in the marketplace. With this BBB Video Contest, we want to raise awareness among high school students about BBB’s free services to the public.



Keep Handshakes From Shakedowns (West Texas High)

2nd Place Winner

I’m Hungry (Tascosa High School)

3rd Place Winner

Weather the Storm (West Texas High)

4th Place Winner

Covid Relief Security with BBB (Tascosa High School)

5th Place Winner

Customers First (Palo Duro High)