Idaho Potato Commission Launches iTuber Video Contest Take II

New Category For Idaho High School Students

The Idaho Potato Commission (IPC) is once again inviting Idaho Potato fans to work their magic in front of the camera in the iTuber Video Contest Take II. In celebration of the International Year of the Potato, the Idaho Potato Commission has launched a special category just for Idaho high school students .

2007 marked the first year of the iTuber video contest for tater fans (visit YouTube to view last year’s entries). “Consumers pulled out all stops last year with the videos they submitted to the iTuber video contest. It was evident that considerable time and energy went into the creation of each video entered,” said Frank Muir, President & CEO, Idaho Potato Commission. “We are very excited about this year’s contest and the new Idaho high school category
and seeing how creative Idaho Potato lovers of all
ages can get with their potatoes.”

2008 Prizes
iTuber Take II
One Grand Prize: $3,000 CASH
Two Runners Up: $1,000 each
All qualified entrants will receive an MP3 player.

Idaho High School Students
One winner will receive a $100 Savings Bond and his/her high school will win $250. All entrants will also receive an MP3 player.

Visit for more details and contest rules. There is a limit of one entry per person. Idaho high school students must have parental or guardian permission to enter. All entries must be received by 11:59pm EST
on May 31, 2008.

2008 iTuber Launch Video
The launch video that appears on the iTuber Take II homepage is an original rap video written and directed by DJayMoney, aka Jay Alan Meier, of Vancouver, Washington who was one of the grand prize winners of the 2007 iTuber Video Contest. His engaging video titled, I.D.A.H.O. Potato, provides contest details and touts many reasons why Idaho Potatoes are the potatoes to eat.