Just in time for Sunday’s game, CNBC’s sports reporter Darren Rovell has announced a massive prize attached to his Twitter Super Bowl Headline contest. He is encouraging his followers to tweet their best attempt at a Super Bowl headline, with the winner getting a huge prize post-game. We’ve got all the details on the prize and how you can score below.
@darrenrovell has crowdsourced headlines before, but he hasn’t been able to attach a prize other than a Twitter shout-out before this Super Bowl.
He’s partnered with Sony’s Columbia/Epic label this year to give the person who tweets the best Super Bowl headline a trip for two, including airfare and a hotel, to Boston to see Harry Connick Jr. live this April. The winner will also get to meet the singer backstage after the performance, and will receive a copy of his latest live CD/DVD.
If you think you could come up with the snappiest, hardest-hitting headline to describe Sunday’s game, tune into Rovell’s Twitter feed this Sunday after the game. There is a 25 minute time limit to get your entry in, and there are other rules you’ve got to follow if you want to win.
While you might want to party (or cry) after the game ends, don’t forget to send a quick tweet before you crack open that last cold one!
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