For Immediate Release: Feb. 11, 2011
Project Five promotes
GOODYEAR, ARIZ. (Feb. 11, 2011) Project
Five is a new public service campaign created by the Goodyear Youth Commission
which offers models of good citizenship for teens. Using Facebook, Twitter,
YouTube.com, Project Five hopes to have 500 followers by the end of the school
year. See the video at www.youtube.com/myprojectfive.
Project Five targets young people ages 12 through 17,
encouraging them to adopt five simple practices:
up - Make your voice heard
a hand - Help others in need
respect - Treat others with equality
courteous - Thoughtfulness and good behavior are key
through example - Be a model of good citizenship
Project Five was founded to
promote a positive and proactive mentality among our young generation, and
encourage them to engage in public service. Project Five reaches out to young people
using social media tools like YouTube, Twitter and Facebook. It will also be
featured at Goodyear events and in local schools. A video featuring Project Five was produced by the Goodyear
Youth Commission. See it at www.youtube.com/myprojectfive.
McDonald?s of Goodyear is a
proud sponsor of Project Five, and owner Derrick Mellon is eager to promote
civic engagement among local youth.
For information about sponsoring or participating in
Project Five, contact Rachel
Green, Public Relations, Goodyear Youth Commission at 623-670-8741 or firstname.lastname@example.org.