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Your company could be going to the Super Bowl

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Will your business make it to the Big Game? Maybe.

Software maker Intuit Inc. is running a program that will land one small business a television commercial during Super Bowl XLVIII on Feb. 2, 2014. Talk about maximum exposure.

So far, at least three dozen midstate companies have been added to the company's competition website.

Here's who we came across:

Creekwood Church Consulting, Harrisburg

Heritage Kids Connection, York

Mommy's Lil' Rascals Consignment Store, Manchester

Impactonline, York

whitepicket, Carlisle

Healthy World Café, York

My Labor and Moving LLC, Lancaster

walk in love., Lancaster

Vixen Salon, Harrisburg

New Cumberland Transmission Inc., New Cumberland

Inspection Service Associates, Mt. Holly Springs

Great Gettysburg Addresses, Gettysburg

Threads 'N Treasures, Etters

AP Publishing House, Lititz

Canine Behavior Center, Mechanicsburg

Country Living Primitives LLC, Denver

Manheim Downtown Development Group, Manheim

Baldwin's Dirty Little People Art Gallery, Lancaster

Pop's Coffee Shoppe, Lititz

Olio Olive Oils, Lititz

Sweeet! THE Candy Store in Gettysburg, Gettysburg

JFC Staffing Cos., Camp Hill

JR's Café Catering, Gettysburg

Scoliosis BootCamp, Lititz

SUCCESSHQ, Harrisburg

Innovation Focus, Lancaster

Brandt's Lawn Mower Service LLC, Mt. Joy

SunWorks etc. LLC, Annville

HELJAN Associates LLC, Manchester

Fast Fitness to Go, Mechanicsburg

HydroWorx, Middletown

Cavalry Realty, Etters

TorchBearer Sauces, Mechanicsburg

TreasureEase, Etters

Lapp Electrical Service Inc., Lancaster

Soccer Shots Franchising, Middletown

Can your business handle the spotlight of 100 million viewers? Do you mind sharing the stage with Doritos, Budweiser and probably a new Danica Patrick spot for GoDaddy?

There is still time to enter.

If your company makes it beyond the initial public vote, let me know. As we all know, the commercials are just as important — if not more important — to many Super Bowl viewers.

Jason Scott

Jason Scott

Jason Scott covers state government, real estate and construction, media and marketing, and Dauphin County. Have a tip or question for him? Email him at jasons@cpbj.com. Follow him on Twitter, @JScottJournal. Circle Jason Scott on .

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