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January 03, 2012

OCNN holding contest for a lucky fan to help Chad Ochocinco cover the Super Bowl

The Ochocinco News Network (OCNN) is offering an opportunity for a fan to join the Patriots receiver in covering the Super Bowl in Indianapolis next month.

The OCNN has covered events and parties from Super Bowl with players from around the league the past few years. At Super Bowl XLIV in Miami, Chad Ochocinco enlisted the help of Baltimore Ravens RB Ray Rice, Washington Redskins TE Chris Cooley and Arizona Cardinals DE Darnell Docket. Then at Super Bowl XLV in Arlington, New York Jets CB Darrelle Revis and Tampa Bay Buccaneers DT Gerald McCoy were nabbed to cover the events for OCNN.

This year one lucky fan/aspiring sports reporter will join OCNN Editor-in-Chief Chad Ochocinco as the newest member of the OCNN news team and help him cover the hottest events and parties at this season’s Super Bowl in Indianapolis.

To enter for a chance to be that lucky fan, visit the Motorola Facebook page and submit a 30-second video answering the question, “Why should Motorola send you to the Super Bowl to be an OCNN reporter? (LINK: https://www.facebook.com/motorola?sk=app_277811918931879)

Motorola will then post the videos on Facebook for fans to vote on. Ultimately, the fans, a panel of OCNN judges and Chad Ochocinco will choose five finalists. Each of the five finalists will win a DROID RAZR by Motorola, and one lucky finalist will also win the grand prize – an official OCNN assignment to cover 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 covering the coolest NFL events and hottest parties that Super Bowl has to offer.


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