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Snickers to reward fans for sharing rookie mistakes this NFL season

Mars Wrigley brings better moments and more smiles to fans with the SNICKERS Rookie Mistake of the Year program, giving fans the chance to win tickets to Super Bowl LVI & more!

SNICKERS® ‘The Official Chocolate Bar Sponsor of the NFL,’ announced a new program to get fans even more excited for football season, playfully dubbed “SNICKERS Rookie Mistake of the Year”. The program will celebrate the rookie mistakes that fans share during the NFL season, because maybe they just needed a SNICKERS.

A rookie mistake isn’t an error that occurs due to bad luck, but instead it’s a funny misstep made when you’re off your game. It’s unlikely that a rookie mistake is made twice, especially after having a SNICKERS. For example, forgetting your phone with a link to your tickets on the charger at home – rookie mistake. Or heading out on a week-long vacation and forgetting to put up your out of office – another classic rookie mistake.

Fans can submit their rookie mistakes on snickersrookiemistakes.com either through video, photo or written submissions. Throughout the NFL season the SNICKERS brand will connect, celebrate and laugh along with fans who share examples of rookie mistakes. At the end of the regular season one rookie mistake will be crowned the ultimate ‘SNICKERS Rookie Mistake of the Year.’ A panel of NFL player judges will be on hand to choose the top submission, with the winner receiving two tickets to Super Bowl LVI in Los Angeles.

On top of the grand prize of Super Bowl LVI tickets, throughout the season, NFL-themed prizes will be awarded to fans who have shared note-worthy rookie mistakes, including surprise visits or shoutouts from current NFL players and of course, SNICKERS.

“NFL season kickoff is one of the most highly-anticipated moments of the year, and we’re excited to bring better moments to fans as they come together to celebrate the return of America’s favorite game through SNICKERS long-standing partnership with the NFL,” said Sarah Long, Chief Marketing Officer, Mars Wrigley North America. “Rookie Mistakes happen both on and off the field, but we’re here to tell fans that if you made a rookie mistake, the solution is simple, maybe you just need a SNICKERS.”

To launch the campaign, the SNICKERS brand has teamed up with wide receiver JuJu Smith-Schuster to share examples of rookie mistakes he has made both on-and-off the field.

“We’ve all had our share of rookie mistakes, don’t worry about that,” Smith-Schuster said. “That’s why I’m pumped to be part of this program and to help the SNICKERS brand bring fans together through hilarious rookie mistakes that happen to us all. Plus, there’s some incredible prizes up for grabs! So, don’t be shy, make sure to head to www.snickersrookiemistakes.com and share yours. I can’t wait to see what you send in!”

To submit a rookie mistake and learn more, fans can head to snickersrookiemistakes.com or share their rookie mistake on social using #SNICKERSROOKIEMISTAKE. Be sure to follow along on FacebookTwitterInstagram for updates and all the rookie mistake content you need this season.

The SNICKERS Rookie Mistake of the Year program is part of a new NFL themed campaign developed by BBDO New York. The campaign, ‘Rookie Mistake? Maybe You Just Need a SNICKERS’ will illustrate that when you’re off your game and make a Rookie Mistake, a satisfying SNICKERS can help sort you out.

SNICKERS, ‘the Official Chocolate Bar Sponsor of the NFL’, is a chocolate candy-bar, crammed with peanuts, caramel and nougat then coated with milk chocolate. SNICKERS chocolate candy bars are available at retailers nationwide.

Jay Edwards

Born and raised in Northwest NJ, Jay has a degree in Communications and has had a life-long interest in local radio and various styles of music. Jay has held numerous jobs over the years such as stunt car driver, bartender, voice-over artist, traffic reporter (award winning), NY Yankee maintenance crewmember and peanut farm worker. His hobbies include mountain climbing, snowmobiling, cooking, performing stand-up comedy and he is an avid squirrel watcher. Jay has been a guest on America’s Morning Headquarters,program on The Weather Channel, and was interviewed by Sam Champion.

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