ATLANTA -- A commercial made by Atlanta residents is among the most viewed videos in the annual Doritos Crash the Super Bowl contest.
The ad, called "Sending Love," features a young girl sending Doritos to her dad, who is away serving in the military.
Visitors to the Doritos website can watch and rate all contest submissions. Doritos judges will select semifinalists in early December, and in January visitors to the website can vote on those videos.
VOTE HERE | Register your vote for Lily's ad
The team behind the winning ad will be awarded $1 million and get the opportunity to team with Marvel on the set of Marvel's The Avengers: Age of Ultron. Winning ads are also shown each year during the Super Bowl.
The people behind the Atlanta-based commercial include:
* Nicole Kovacs, producer, writer, director (Atlanta)
* Dominick Racano, producer, camera (Mountain Park)
* Taylor Mosebey, sound, lighting (Stockbridge)
* Lily Tiemann, who plays the daughter (Roswell)
* Jessica Leigh Smith, the mother/wife (Acworth)
* Chris Ferrell, the soldier/husband/father (Atlanta)
* Andrew Kochman, the young boy (Atlanta)
* Ariel Rajabi, the older girl (Alpharetta)
* Alie Urquhart, the younger girl (Atlanta)
Another commercial in the contest getting a lot of views -- "We All Need Heroes" -- has a local tie. The commercial, which also has a military theme, stars 3-year-old Nicholas Golden of Smyrna.
A winner in last year's contest -- "Goat 4 Sale" -- had an Atlanta connection as well.