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'Pug Attack' Doritos Funny Super Bowl Commercial [Video]

pug attackPug Attack is my favorite Super Bowl commercial so far.  Pug Attack is a Doritos commercial about a pug who goes through a door to get Doritos.  As the owner of two pugs, this is commercial is pretty true to life. Pugs will do almost anything for food.

The Pug Attack commercial stars the soon-to-be-famous pug named Oko Nono.  She lives in Ventura, CA.  A year before shooting this commercial, Oko was attacked by a coyote and nearly died.  She’s adorably cute, is a little on the chubby side (okay, maybe more than a little), and Oko Nono loves her Doritos!

Go to PugAttack.com to vote for this commercial in the Crash the Superbowl competition.

Doritos issued a challenge for fans to write, shoot and submit their best idea for a Doritos commercial. Over 5,000 entries were submitted and the list has been narrowed down to five finalists.

The voting tally is kept hidden, so none of the commercials actually know how many votes they have, nor will they know whether they are going to play during the Super Bowl until they see the commercial play. Talk about making things tense! That’s why voting is so important!

But that’s not all. If any of the top 3 commercials is selected as the best by USA Today Ad Meter, Doritos will award the makers of that commercial $1,000,000. A second place selection wins $600,000 and a third place selections wins $400,000.

If the 3 Doritos commercials take USA Today Ad Meter’s top 3 spots then everyone wins an extra $1,000,000.

“Pug Attack” was selected as a finalist for the Doritos Super Bowl commercial competition.  To give the pug a vote, to to PugAttack.com or visit Crash The Super Bowl.

Photo: Pug Attack

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