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From a field of quality entries, we're pleased to announce our three official winners

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In June, AEI launched a $50,000 video contest to promote the moral case for free enterprise.

From a field of quality entries, we're pleased to announce our three official winners. First prize ($40,000) goes to Jared Fuller, creator of "The Moral Paper Route." Second prize ($7,500) goes to Joseph Farris, creator of "Freedom's Price." And third prize ($2,500) goes to Don Brookins, creator of "Joke of the Day."Check out the winners – and other featured videos – in our gallery below. Thanks to our judges: Jonah Goldberg, S.E. Cupp, Kristina Kendall, and Remy Munasifi. And thanks to all who participated in AEI's contest.

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FIRST PLACE


THE MORAL PAPER ROUTE
Submitted by Jared Fuller     •    Biography ►
SECOND PLACE


FREEDOM'S PRICE
Submitted by Joseph Farris    •    Biography ►
THIRD PLACE


JOKE OF THE DAY
Submitted by Don Brookins    •    Biography ►
GALLERY OF FEATURED VIDEOS


TRUE HAPPINESS: EARNED SUCCESS
Submitted by Brandon Carter



A NEW ENGINE

Submitted by Patrick Latimer



PET ENTERPRISE
Submitted by Kirk Kolbo



MAKING PIE
Submitted by Courtney Balaker



FES INTERNATIONAL
Submitted by Todd Stump



THE ANSWER IS REAL COMPETITION

Submitted by Edward Mundy



THE HAND OF THE MARKET

Submitted by Paul Andrew Skidmore



SUSIE'S LEMONADE STAND

Submitted by Samuel Sandweiss



ANY WAY YOU SLICE IT
Submitted by Tyler Brooks



MY GRANDFATHER'S STORY

Submitted by Ken Zahringer



AN APPEAL FOR FREE ENTERPRISE

Submitted by Dustin Steeve



FROM POVERTY TO PROSPERITY: A PURSUIT OF PERSONAL ACHIEVEMENT

Submitted by Tim Hedberg



FREE ENTERPRISE: DO THE MATH!

Submitted by George Hampe



HOT PURSUIT: THE AMERICAN IDEAL

Submitted by Luke Messick



TAKE YOUR OWN SHOT

Submitted by Christopher Gould



THE ROAD TO FREEDOM

Submitted by Art Roper

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