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Monmouth County NJ Essay Contest for $1,000 Scholarship

Do you attend a high school located in Monmouth County?

Looking for a fun scholarship to assist your college expenses?

Look no further!

Please be guided by the following application rules in submitting your essay:

1. Topic: "Buick has transformed its entire lineup. The product is all new and more stylish. The vehicles have features such as Bluetooth and Intellilink Radio with the ability to stream internet radio. As the head of marketing for Buick, how would you appeal to a younger demographic?"

2. Format: Prepare a cover sheet for your essay (Must include: Full name, Address, Phone number, Email address, and Current High School) followed by your essay, then references and a brief biography of the student. No word count requirements.

3. Awards and Eligibility: This scholarship offer is open to any graduating student from a school in Monmouth County. We will award one scholarship for $1,000. T&T Coast reserves the right to post name, picture and winning essay on its website. All decisions will be final.

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