The Amitrace Family Scores Big at SkillsUSA State Leadership and Skills Conferences

Amitrace has supported video production programs around the southeast for decades and it is always rewarding to see the programs we support do well.

We were able to support the State Leadership And Skills Conference (SLSC) for Georgia, Tennesee, and Alabama this year with a variety of things including judging contests, advising the tech chairs, and providing the equipment for the Video News Production contest in Georgia.

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Amitrace Education Specialist, Tom White, talks with Kendrick High School students about the Vizrt TriCaster TC2 elite and 2 stripe control panel used for the Video News Production contest at SkillsUSA Georgia.

Amitrace is proud to have supported the SkillsUSA A/V contests in Alabama, Georgia, and Tennessee. We served a variety of roles during these events including providing the production equipment, judging contests, and facilitating several contests. We are proud of all of the members of the Amitrace Family who competed and we look forward to next years contests!

SkillsUSA Georgia A/V Contest Winners

Bold = Amitrace Family

Audio-Radio Production1st Place – Cambridge High School
2nd Place – Chestatee High School
3rd Place – RiverRidge High School
Commercial1st Place – Newton College & Career Academy
2nd Place – W.S. Hutchings College and Career Center
3rd Place – Chattahoochee County High School
Digital Cinema Production1st Place – South Forsyth High School
2nd Place – Houston County High School
3rd Place – Cambridge High School
Music Video (Middle School)1st Place – Tapp Middle School
2nd Place – Tapp Middle School
Music Video1st Place – Grayson Technical High School
2nd Place – Thomas County Central High School
3rd Place – W.S. Hutchings College and Career Center
Podcast Production1st Place – Cambridge High School
2nd Place – Fayette County High School
3rd Place – Westlake High School
Promotional Video1st Place – Buford High School
Promotional Video (MS)1st Place – Tapp Middle School
2nd Place – Tapp Middle School
3rd Place – Tapp Middle School
Short Film 1st Place – Chestatee High School
2nd Place – Loganville High School
3rd Place – White County High School
Single Script Video1st Place – Chestatee High School
2nd Place – Houston College and Career Academy
3rd Place – Houston College and Career Academy
Sports Highlight Reel (MS)1st Place – Tapp Middle School
Sports Highlight Reel1st Place – Chestatee High School
2nd Place – Rockdale Career Academy
3rd Place – Houston County High School
Sports Hype Video1st Place – Habersham Central High School
2nd Place – Cook High School
3rd Place – Tucker High School
Television (Video) Production1st Place – Cambridge High School
2nd Place – Cook High School
3rd Place – South Forsyth High School
Video News Production1st Place – Jones County High School
2nd Place – White County High School
3rd Place – Calhoun High School
Vlog1st Place – Lambert High School
2nd Place – South Forsyth High School
3rd Place – West Forsyth High School

SkillsUSA Tennessee A/V Contest Winners

Audio-Radio Production1st Place – Hardin County High School
2nd Place – Coffee County Central High School
3rd Place – Walker Valley High School
Digital Cinema Production1st Place – Walker Valley High School
2nd Place – West Ridge High School
3rd Place – Riverdale High School
Television (Video) Production1st Place – Cookeville High School
2nd Place – Walker Valley High School
3rd Place – Stone Memorial High School
Video News Production1st Place – Walker Valley High School
2nd Place – Upperman High School
3rd Place – Walker Valley High School
Post Seconary Television (Video Production)1st Place – Pellissippi State Community College

SkillsUSA Alabama A/V Contest Winners

Digital Cinema Production1st Place – James Clemmons High School
TV (Video) Production1st Place – Tuscaloosa Career and Technical Academies
Video News Production1st Place – Thompson High School

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