The OchoCinco News Network (OCNN), “America’s First Athlete-Driven Social News Network”, is back again and looking for help in covering the coolest events and hottest parties at this year’s Super Bowl in Indianapolis. After making an unforgettable splash at the past two Super Bowls, editor-in-chief Chad Ochocinco is turning to the fans to find the newest member of the OCNN news team and help make the coverage of this year’s Super Bowl better than ever.
Do you think you’ve got what it takes to cover Super Bowl media day and interview top NFL players about the big game? Can you withstand the red carpet frenzy at the Super Bowl’s hottest parties and secure an interview with the most popular celebrity? As Chad Ochocinco will tell you, it’s no walk in the park.
If you think you’ve got what it takes, visit the Motorola facebook page and submit in a 30-second video answering the question, “Why should Motorola send you to the Super Bowl to be an OCNN reporter?
Five finalists will win a DROID RAZR by Motorola, while the grand prize winner will also win the official OCNN assignment to cover all the action during Super Bowl week. The assignment includes an all-expense paid trip for two to the Super Bowl in Indianapolis, along with two tickets to the game. During the week, the winner will report for OCNN alongside Chad Ochocinco, covering the coolest NFL events and hottest parties that Super Bowl has to offer.
For additional contest information, please visit the Motorola facebook page: www.facebook.com/motorola
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