Verizon, Motorola team up on NFL, Super Bowl sweepstakes

Verizon is hawking its FiOS TV service with the help of the NFL and a partnership with Motorola in a new promotion, the Ultimate Game Day Access sweepstakes, that will give consumers a chance to win tickets to one of 10 NFL regular-season games as well as an all-expenses-paid trip to Super Bowl XLV.

The promotion--available online at consumers to enter their email address and watch a video about Verizon's FiOS service after selecting an NFL regular season game for a chance to win tickets to it.

Contestants who enter are automatically put into the grand-prize raffle for a trip to Super Bowl XLV in Arlington, Texas, on Feb. 6, 2011.

The grand-prize winner, gets two tickets to Super Bowl XLV and passes to pre- and post-Super Bowl parties sponsored by the NFL, as well as roundtrip airfare, hotel and spending money.

For more:
- see this release

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