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(KSL News) You soon might see interesting artwork of a high school student along the freeway, but it's not what you might think.
About 100 students from around Utah entered a billboard competition to create a poster that would teach the public about the dangers of the Internet.
Two runners-up received cash. The first-place winner will see his creation on a billboard.
Danny Hy, contest winner: "I'm really excited for it since I really didn't think that this was going to happen at all. It's kind of a shock."
Danny Hy was the lucky winner of the contest. He won $500, and his poster will appear on a billboard along I-15 for one month.