Originally written on Cuzoogle  |  Last updated 11/20/14
Times are tough. Especially for a small businesses that need the marketing power of a giant corporation just to get ahead. Small businesses deserve all the admiration they can get. They work just as hard as everyone else (even harder?) and they can use all the help possible. That’s why one lucky business will get put on the Big Game, where everyone can celebrate their product, passion and everything that makes a small business so special. Watch this video of a TV spot to learn all about the Intuit Small Business Big Game. Basically if you follow the steps, you could have your own commercial run during the football’s biggest game. Just as Jimmy Johnson says, the Beer drinking horses come on and then your TV ad for millions of people to see. Now how is that for blowing up business? This is the real deal. You have a chance at something few businesses get. To learn all about how you can enter, go to the official website for Intuit Small Business Big Game. The campaign would seem to be designed to favour a local, small business with a feel good story, but tech-savvy startups native to the ways of viral, social advertising could have a big advantage. And an online company with no geographic limits to the customers it can serve stands to gain the most from the global exposure. From the site. What is Small Business Big Game all about? Small businesses drive our economy, but rarely stand in the national spotlight. Small Business Big Game is one way Intuit is giving small businesses a voice and a chance to be admired as much as they deserve. How? By giving one lucky business the opportunity of a lifetime: a spot in the Big Game on 2/2/14. One note as Cuzoogle is a Canadian based blog. Only residents of the USA can win.

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