Under Armour Names Mainland High School Winner of "Finding Undeniable Contest"

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In December, STACK told you about Under Armour's Finding Undeniable Contest, whose winning school would be outfitted with $140,000 worth of new uniforms, accessories and footwear. The contest required entrants to submit video documentaries explaining why their school is undeniable.

During the Under Armour All-America game, which aired on ESPN a few days ago, the company announced the contest winner: Mainland Regional HS in Linwood, N.J. Mainland garnered more than 20,000 votes, beating out 600 other schools for the top spot.

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In December, STACK told you about Under Armour's Finding Undeniable Contest, whose winning school would be outfitted with $140,000 worth of new uniforms, accessories and footwear. The contest required entrants to submit video documentaries explaining why their school is undeniable.

During the Under Armour All-America game, which aired on ESPN a few days ago, the company announced the contest winner: Mainland Regional HS in Linwood, N.J. Mainland garnered more than 20,000 votes, beating out 600 other schools for the top spot.

Mainland's students certainly needed good news. Four of their football players were killed last August in a tragic car accident. The school and the Linwood community united for the contest, becoming unquestionably "undeniable" in their hope for a brighter future. To celebrate their victory, the school held its first pep rally in more than 11 years.

Take a look at the video that won the contest for Mainland, and stay up to date on the 2012 contest at findingundeniable.com.

Source:  Under Armour
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