Title: The Road Kill Grill
Prize: Azden 500LT Wireless Microphone System ($825)
Producer: Mike Konstan, Ron Yarosh and Kathy Yarosh, Apopka, FL
Camcorder: Sony DCR-TRV900
Editor: Apple Final Cut Pro 3.0
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