Palin was not employed by The Campaign, nor was she a spokesperson for the organization.
Her duties as a paid spokeswoman involved attending town hall meetings, talking about abstinence, public service announcements, and giving interviews on morning talk shows.
Palin competed in the fall 2010 season of Dancing with the Stars and reached the finals, finishing in third place.
She was named "Bristol" after the Bristol Inn where her mother Sarah was employed; Bristol, Connecticut, the headquarters city of ESPN, where her mother Sarah hoped to work as a sportscaster; and the Bristol Bay area of Alaska, where her father Todd grew up.
Season eight finalist Melissa Rycroft defeated season eight champion Shawn Johnson and season one champion Kelly Monaco to win the trophy.
In May 2009, at age 18, Palin appeared on both the Today show and Good Morning America in recognition of the National Day to Prevent Teen Pregnancy, calling for all teens to abstain from sex.
This observance was started by The National Campaign To Prevent Teen and Unplanned Pregnancy.
This also marked the first win for professional Tony Dovolani.
Tony was also the third professional (after Kym Johnson and Peta Murgatroyd) to win after being eliminated first the previous season.
It's Three Dog Night's, "Mama Told Me (Not to Come)." Classic.