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Arizona father, Ryan Anderson, wins $1 million prize in Doritos' 'Crash the Super Bowl' contest for “Time Machine” ad (Video)

By Gina DiFalco,

A Scottsdale, Arizona man won a whopping $1 million prize from Doritos, for making the “Time Machine” Super Bowl ad. The aspiring filmmaker won the “Crash the Super Bowl” contest.

Ryan Anderson’s ad, which aired during the third quarter of the Seahawks-Broncos game on Sunday night, was up against Amber Gill from Southern California. Her ad, "Cowboy Kid" aired later in the game.

According to KTAR in Scottsdale, Anderson was announced as the winner on Monday morning on ABC’s Good Morning America.

The GMA Twitter page even posted a video.

The 28-year-old Anderson’s commercial starred his son Gavin, 6, and cost him less than $300 to make.

“I’ll let you know when my brain connects,” he said on ABC’s GMA this morning.

He added of Gavin, “Whenever we watch a movie he always asks me to make something related to it. He asked if time travel was real and asked if I could make him a time machine. As I was thinking of a refrigerator box building of it, a light bulb went off.”

 
 

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