Wellesley Media Corp. Announces Five Finalists in ‘You’re Not Special’ Video Contest

Contestants were asked to explain why they are special in an under two-minute video.

When video of Wellesley High School teacher David McCullough Jr.’s now-famous went viral, the local cable and multimedia station launched a video contest based on the theme of individual specialty.

That contest is now down to five finalists.

Wellesley Media Corp. asked contestants to submit a video examining why in fact they are special in under two minutes.

In no particular order they are:

Shine Special by Lloyd Wayne Ambrose Jr.

Twitter: @DJ_LLLoyd



I Am Special by Ernestas Jasilionis

Twitter: @EJasilionis



Special by Heath Smith

Twitter: @heathsmith73



Special Yoyo by Dennis Barahona

Twitter: @DennisB54873990



My Movie by Slavomir Djuric

Twitter: @Slavke90



The winner will be chosen based on number of likes on each individual video’s YouTube page. 

The final videos can be seen on the Wellesley Media Corporation's YouTube Playlist.

The Wellesley Media contest page has more information.

The deadline for votes is midnight on Aug. 1.

The grand prize winner will receive a $500 cash prize, a $100 retail value basket from  and an express manicure from MiniLuxe Wellesley.

Three runners up will get a $10 Whole Foods gift card and an express manicure from MiniLuxe Wellesley.


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