Vote for Your Favorite Super Bowl Spot in YouTube's Ad Blitz Contest Winner gets prime run on homepage
RAM Trucks or Jeep? Taco Bell or Mercedes-Benz? Samsung or Oreo? There were plenty of hits and misses among the Super Bowl commercials, but only one spot can be crowned the winner of YouTube's Ad Blitz program—earning bragging rights as well as a lucrative placement atop the YouTube homepage. Head over to Adweek's Super Bowl hub and vote for your favorite ad in the Ad Blitz contest. Voting continues through Feb. 11. And on Feb. 16, Adweek will interview the winning ad's creators in a special Google+ Hangout broadcast. May the best ad win!
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