Monday, November 7, 2011

UC High Takes Pepsi Challenge Too

Two students from the University City High School Music Department, Kimia Nouri (Band) and Jaz Cranford (Colorguard), are currently entered in a contest called the Pepsi Refresh Project. They have a chance of winning a $10,000 grant to buy much needed band, colorguard and concert equipment for the music program if they receive the most votes for the month of November. On Friday, we reported that Ellen Browning Scripps Elementary School has also submitted a proposal.

Here's how you can help them win! Vote for their idea ONCE A DAY, EVERY DAY, throughout the entire month of November. Here's how to vote:

1. TEXT your vote in! Send a text to PEPSI (73774) with the number 109456 in the body of the message. It's that easy! Standard messaging rates apply.


2. Vote online at Click on "Vote for This Idea" and then log in with your Facebook account if you have one -or- Sign in With Pepsi. If you Sign in With Pepsi, you'll need to register for a free, no-spam account. Make sure you vote for "Help UCHS Band and Colorguard in Need of New Equipment and Supplies."

Remember to vote ONCE A DAY, EVERY DAY in November. We need every vote! 30 seconds of your time can make a world of difference to the UCHS student musicians!

Thank you for your support!

Quick Tips:
Add Pepsi (73774) to your cell phone Contacts and save the text message to resend, 109456.
Bookmark in your browser as a reminder to vote, and vote once a day, every day in November.
Post the links and text information so others can see them.
Please pass this along to friends and family.
For more information about the UCHS Music Department, visit their website: