Lake Country teens produce video for online contest

A pair of Lake Country teenagers are looking for a big windfall from Mountain Dew with an entry into the company's contest to introduce a new beverage.

Erik Madsen, 18, and 16-year-old Wynden Danylowich, both from Lake Country, could win one per cent of the sales from Mountain Dew's new beverage called Voltage.

The two produced a video for the online contest which will be judged by the number of online views.

According to the teens, the video was a "collaboration and supportive effort of the community with support from, Boyds Auto Body, SPL Sound Kelowna, Oyama Zip Line, Sun Ridge Estates, Pepsi Kelowna and over 20 other individuals that generously donated their artistic talent, time and effort."

To view the video produced by Danylowich and Madsen, click the link.

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