Well folks, it was a nail-biter. Play was impressive on both sides with significant contributions from @American_Heart, @stopbullyinggov, @GreyGravy and @DDBNewYork. In the end, the Stroke Awareness “Body Language” PSA by Grey New York took the contest by scoring 53% from the field. “Bully” by DDB returned home with the 2nd place title and 47% of the vote. More than 3,700 total votes were counted in the tournament overall with more than 2,000 votes cast in the final game. MVT (Most Valuable Tweeter) goes to @American_Heart for their 5 tweets which no doubt helped boost their team to victory.
Congratulations to Grey New York, American Heart Association and American Stroke Association whose talent and tough play helped their team capture this well-deserved win! Congratulations also to all the PSA tourney participants whose important messages will continue to play long after the nets have been cut down and the confetti has dropped.
Thank you to everyone who voted and for being fans of these great causes!
Body language can tell you all sorts of things, including that someone’s having a stroke. This powerful PSA produced by Grey New York for our stroke awareness campaign, on behalf of the American Heart Association and the American Stroke Association, teaches the acronym F.A.S.T. for recognizing and responding to the sudden signs of stroke. F.A.S.T. stands for Face drooping, Arm weakness, Speech difficulty and Time to call 9-1-1.