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The NO BULL Guys

Scott Hannah and Tyler Gregory are the 2012 and 2013 recipients of the Shining Star Award for their active role in promoting anti-bullying. Scott and Tyler have spoken to thousands of teens since, and have been featured in national and local news programs including: The TODAY Show and The Steve Harvey Show. When Scott and Tyler travel the country to speak to students about NO BULL, they share their experiences about having been bullied, being bullies, and being bystanders. They encourage teens to stand up in their schools and get involved with The Great American NO BULL Challenge.


“When I think about the number of students who come up to me and tell me that I impacted their lives, it makes me realize that one person really can make a difference. When I get to talk about The NO BULL Challenge, it warms my heart because NO BULL has changed my life completely.” -Scott Hannah, Great American NO BULL Challenge National Spokesperson


“My experience with the NO BULL Challenge changed me. I’m a better person, and I’ve inspired thousands! This experience changed my life for the better, and continues to inspire thousand of others to change as well.” Tyler Gregory, Great American NO BULL Challenge National Spokesperson.





Cameron Sanford

Cameron Sanford is the 2015 Vine winner and the co-director for the 2015 PSA winner. Cameron serves as the acting President for Crockett County 4-H Honor Club, Vice President for Tennessee Western Region 4-H All Stars, member of the 4-H Healthy Living Team of Tennessee, and serves as a National Healthy Living Youth Ambassador for National 4-H Council specializing in bullying prevention, physical fitness, and nutrition. Cameron has also worked with many other organizations through 4-H such as Facebook,, National Organization for Youth Safety, National Institute of Health, Samaritan’s Purse and Cartoon Network, just to name a few. Cameron has been featured on CSPAN for a bullying prevention panel with the Department of Education.


Cameron will be attending The University of Memphis with a major in Business Administration - concentration in Organizational Management with a minor in Non-Profit Management.


“I am so excited to be working with The Great American NO BULL organization! I have an enormous passion for bullying prevention that began when we lost a fellow 4-H member to suicide. It opened my eyes to the severity of the situation all across the United States. After that tragic event, I knew I wanted to help anyone dealing with bullying and try to find a way to prevent it. The work that the Great American NO BULL organization is doing can and will change the lives of so many youth across the United States! I look forward to working with this great group this year!”   

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