Share, Vote, and Win $15,000 from Chevrolet!

Superbowl XLVI is getting closer and closer!  As you may or may not know the commercials are a big part of the game.  It's pretty much a tradition at this point for commercials to be aired that are funny, wacky, or just different.  This year, Chevrolet has taken a bit of a different approach.  Chevy has launched Chevrolet Route 66 which consists of more than 190 different 30 second films from independent filmakers across 32 countries!  Why?  Because one of the films will be aired duing the 2012 Superbowl!

Also, chevrolet has partnered with Mofilm to allow everyone to vote and help decide which clip will make it to the superbowl!  To enter, you must go to the Chevrolet Route 66 site and sign up.   You must scribble down an answer to the following questions:  "If you could drive to any destination in your home country, where would you go?", you'll get the chance to win up to $10,000.  You must also share videos with your friends and reach the top of the leaderboard. 

The contest is open to eligible fans from Brazil, Canada, China, France, Germany, India, Mexico, the UK and U.S.  So get over and start sharing and voting!  $10,000 never hurt anyone!

by Brad Troedel
Red River Chevrolet


About Red River Chevrolet

Working with Red River Chevrolet to develop a greater presence on the web. This includes all forms of social media, blogging, SEO and Paid Search optimization techniques. With Keyword optimization as well as many other forms of organic optimization, Red River Chevrolet will move up in ranking of searches. View all posts by Red River Chevrolet

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