Grand prize winner Andersen, a freelance wedding photographer from Scottsdale, Ariz., teamed up with his 6-year-old-son to create "Time Machine." The $300 (US) commercial is about the cleverest con one could think of to get a bag of Doritos tortilla chips — a time machine that conveniently only runs on Doritos tortilla chips.
The two winning ads that aired were among five finalist ads selected by a qualified panel of judges, including executives from the Doritos brand, advertising professionals and the legendary Stan Lee of Pow! Entertainment — Chairman Emeritus of Marvel Studios and co-creator of such Super Heroes as Iron Man, Spider-Man and others. "Time Machine" was selected to air by worldwide consumers who voted it the best finalist ad; "Cowboy Kid" was selected to air by the Doritos brand.
Each of the five "Crash the Super Bowl" finalists won an invitation to East Rutherford, N.J., to attend Super Bowl XLVIII and watched the game from a private luxury suite, where they tuned in to learn which finalist ads aired. The three finalists whose commercials did not air during the broadcast each won $25,000 (U.S.).
As one of the leading snack brands in the world, Doritos has a presence in 46 countries and six continents. With flavors ranging from Nacho Cheese and Cool Ranch to Sweet Chili Pepper and Tangy Cheese, the worldwide Doritos portfolio currently offers more than 70 unique varieties.PepsiCo's relationship with the NFL is among the company's longest-running and most-successful sports sponsorships. PepsiCo will leverage its relationship with the NFL to connect with consumers throughout the season with activations spanning many of the company's largest food and beverage brands, including Pepsi, Tostitos, Quaker, Doritos and Gatorade.
About Marvel EntertainmentMarvel Entertainment, LLC, a wholly-owned subsidiary of The Walt Disney Company, is one of the world's most prominent character-based entertainment companies, built on a proven library of more than 8,000 characters featured in a variety of media over seventy years. Marvel utilizes its character franchises in entertainment, licensing and publishing. For more information visit www.marvel.com.