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Doritos and Pepsi Max Crash The Super Bowl Contest for Super Bowl 2011 launched

Sep 27 2010, 8:26am CDT | by , in News | Super Bowl

Doritos and Pepsi Max Crash The Super Bowl Contest for Super Bowl 2011 launched
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Grab your video camera and produce a funny Super Bowl ad to win a piece of the $5 million.

The Crash The Super Bowl contest has launched today and is accepting submission for consumer created Super Bowl ads for the Super Bowl 2011. The Super Bowl XLV is taking place in Texas and also marks the return of Pepsi as advertiser. As reported PepsiCo, owner of Doritos brand, has decided to add Pepsi Max to the new Crash the Super Bowl contest. This means that the Doritos Crash the Super Bowl contest now will have six winning Super Bowl ad spots, three for Doritos and three for Pepsi Max.

The Crash the Super Bowl contest once again has an amazing $5 million in prize money. To get a piece of the $5 million the winning ads need to score one of the top three spots in the USA Today Super Bowl Ad Meter. If all top three spots are won by Crash the Super Bowl Ads the full $5 million are distributed.

On the Crash The Super Bowl site you can watch a video kicking of this year's contest. Besides advertising legends Jeff Goodby and Rob Schwartz, Betty White makes an appearance. Betty White. The Snickers Super Bowl ad starring Betty White has won the USA Today Ad meter last year.

Good luck to all creative video people out there. I am looking forward to watch some really funny Super Bowl commercials at the Super Bowl XLV. More details on the Crash the Super Bowl site.

Update:
The voting for the Doritos and Pepsi MAX Super Bowl Ads has started.

Just like last year, I4U News will be featuring again the Super Bowl for Geeks Guide. Of course the Super Bowl 2011 for Geeks Guide will be all about the Super Bowl Commercials and not the game.

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