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Doritos announces finalists in Super Bowl commercial contest

Photo from YouTube: Eric Haviv Photo from YouTube: Eric Haviv

Selected from thousands of submissions representing 30 countries around the world, Doritos announced the five finalists for the Doritos "Crash the Super Bowl" contest.

Finalists are vying for a $1 million grand prize.

Fans are now invited to vote for the best ad on www.doritos.com from January 4 through January 29. Ultimately, two ads will air in front of a global television audience during Super Bowl XLVIII - one selected by the world's votes and one by the Doritos brand team.

The two winners will also have the opportunity to work with Marvel Studios on the set of "Marvel's The Avengers: Age of Ultron," and for the first time in Doritos Crash the Super Bowl history, the creator of the ad that receives the most fan votes will win a guaranteed $1 million in prize money.

This marks the first year PepsiCo's Doritos brand has opened its annual "Crash the Super Bowl" contest to fans from around the world where Doritos tortilla chips are sold.

The five Crash the Super Bowl finalist ads are:

"Time Machine" by Ryan Andersen, Scottsdale, Arizona, United State

"Office Thief" by Chris Capel, Valencia, California, United State

"The Cowboy Kid" by Amber Gill, Ladera Ranch, California, United State

"Breakroom Ostrich" by Eric Haviv, Atlanta, Georgia, United States

Finger Cleaner" by Thomas Noakes, Sydney, Australia

The three finalists whose commercials don't air during the broadcast will each win $25,000 

To vote for your favorite, click here: https://www.doritos.com/

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