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SALT LAKE CITY — An officer from the Salt Lake County Sheriff's Office of Corrections has put together an amusing commercial with the hopes that it will be aired during the Superbowl.

Doritos is hosting the Crash the Super Bowl contest, where user-submitted ads are chosen by both the public and a team of judges. Two ads will ultimately air during the Superbowl and one filmmaker will get the chance to work with director Michael Bay on his next project.

Chad Conrad from Spanish Fork intends to be that winner. Check out his video above called "Tame your zombie!"

The winner will also get a shot at a $1 million bonus if the winner scores the no. 1 spot on USA Today's Ad Meter, an influential industry list.

You can watch and vote for his video on Facebook.

This is the seventh year of the Crash the Super Bowl contest. In previous years, several Utahns have done well in the contest, like Tyler Dixon and JR Burningham, who were finalists in the 2011 competition.

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