VRC Promote Award Online Challenge
The Promote Award is presented to a VEX Robotics Competition (VRC) or VEX U team that has created and submitted an outstanding promotional video. The goal of this video is to help the team introduce itself in the community, to help recruit new students and mentors, and to gain support for the team. This video may be about the team, the program, the competition, the design and build process, the robot itself, or any theme the team believes can help promote its VEX Robotics program in their community.
We decided to create our very own music video as our submission to the Vex Promote Competition. Being a member of Vex 481A is exciting. The building process, experience gained, and memories made are out of this world. We couldn’t capture it all in just this video so we encourage our peers and others interested to join our team to see for themselves!
We are from Chengdu NO.7 High School and are one of the best high schools in China.
We are actively preparing for the 2019 VEX World Championship and hope to achieve good results.
in my opinion. What we can get is not only achievements, but also broadening our horizons and gaining more experience.
Louisville, we will come soon. (ง •_•)ง
We are Team 750R, the Royals: a VEX Robotics team from South Brunswick High School. We have members ranging from 10th to 12th grade, however we are all rookies. Being so inexperienced has caused us some difficulties; however, through hard work, teamwork, and dedication we have created something we can be truly proud of. This video shows our journey, and we hope to inspire other teams, especially other rookies. We want the VEX community to know that just because your first robot, or your first several do not look or perform as well as you would like, you will always be able to improve.
We are Team 41091A. Last year we competed with our school under 48375A. One of our team members moved into High School this year and we found ourselves without a team, so we created a home team. Our team members all attend schools in the 41091 zip code so we decided to look to see if that number was a available and it was. Our team members include: Austin, 7th grade & Logan, 8th grade at Ballyshannon MS,Landen, 8th...
Team 24A (Super Sonic Sparks) is sponsored by Sparks 4-H Tech Club in Westminster, Maryland, USA. 4-H emphasizes serving others, thus we promote and teach about robotics through demonstrations to the public, serve as club mentors, and volunteer at robotics competitions. As members of 4-H, we “learn by doing” and strive “to make the best better.”