Placement of a commercial in the Super Bowl telecast usually costs about $4 million for a 30 second spot--not including the millions in production costs.
Miami, FL (PRWEB) September 25, 2013
The Fresh Patch Company—maker of the real-grass dog potty--has progressed to the next round of Intuit’s Small Business Big Game contest. The winner of the contest will get a cost-free, professionally-made commercial aired during the Super Bowl, one of the most-watched events on national television.
Super Bowl advertising space is usually the exclusive territory of big companies with deep pockets. According to Intuit, placement of a commercial in the Super Bowl telecast usually costs about $4 million for a 30 second spot--not including the millions in production costs.
In his entry, the owner of the Fresh Patch Company explains how his dog inspired him to create a backyard-in-a-box for the millions of pets who do not have their own backyards. The Founder of Fresh Patch, Andrew Feld, says “When I downsized from a large house to a tiny apartment, my dog was not exactly thrilled with the concrete balcony and pee-pad situation. I wasn't thrilled either. Pee-pads are unsightly, bad for the environment, and many dogs have no idea how to use them. My living situation compelled me to create the Fresh Patch dog potty – a REAL grass solution that Mother Nature intended for pets.”
Fresh Patch ships living patches of hydroponically grown grass to subscribers across the Continental United States. Signing your dog up for a convenient subscription is easy on the Fresh Patch website (http://www.freshpatch.com).
Visit the Intuit contest website to support your favorite company.