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Arizona man wins $1M prize for Doritos homemade ad

By Associated Press

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LAST UPDATED: 01:28 a.m. HST, Feb 04, 2014



SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. >> An Arizona wedding photographer has won a $1 million prize for a fan-favorite Doritos ad shown during the Super Bowl.

Ryan Andersen's "Time Machine" spot received the most votes cast on doritos.com.

The 30-second spot shows a boy luring a man to get into a box that supposedly is a homemade time machine and conning the man out of his bag of chips.

PepsiCo says Andersen's ad cost $300 to produce and featured his 6-year-old son.

Andersen's ad edged out "Cowboy Kid," an ad by Amber Gill of Ladera Ranch, Calif., in fan voting.







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eastside808 wrote:
That was really a cute ad and actually one of the more entertaining this year. Some were downright boring or couldnt make the connection between product and story line.
on February 3,2014 | 10:36AM
Skyler wrote:
No I'm not watching a 30 second ad to see another ad.... bozos.
on February 3,2014 | 10:45AM
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