Here is something to definitely keep a eye on –Joseph Morin, one of the original wizards of the web is working with MySuperProposal.com.

What is it? Well in brief:

‘JP’ who is attempting to raise money via his blog in order to buy a 30 second commercial spot during next year’s Superbowl on February 4th. He doesn’t stop there, if by chance he goes over in his fund raising efforts or is picked up by an existing Superbowl advertiser – anything beyond his goal or 100% of the money raised not used for the commercial – will go to Vanderbilt Children’s Hospital – one of the top rated children’s hospitals in the nation. While at first I thought “Wow, that’s really neat, I hope this guy makes it and pulls it offâ€?, I began to mull over the possibilities and how I would promote this because granted, this is an amazingly large project and in order for him to be successful, he would have to raise $2.5 million or generate enough buzz in both the blogosphere as well as through traditional channels.

Generating net buzz is old hat to Joe and this should be a project to watch out for on. Good Luck Guys!

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12 thoughts on “SuperBowl Marriage Proposal”
  1. I totally understand wanting to make a marriage proposal be “big”… but to me – this is kinda corny, if not “stupid”. Especially when “the rest of the proceeds (IF HE GOES OVER) goes to Vanderbilt Children’s Hospital”

    Here’s an idea: Propose like anybody else – take all that money you earned and GIVE IT TO A CHILD IN NEED! You know how many kids are dying because people don’t donate money to hospitals like this?

    Yeah, but let’s make sure his future wife understands that he’s an attention whore, that’s worth way more.

  2. Not to mention that his future wife already knows he’s going to propose during the Super Bowl.

    Sorry but, I for one hope he raises just below enough to get the ad, and instead donates a few million to the Children instead.

  3. I agree! nothing about it makes any sense, in my opinion.

    Actually, the fact is: if his “future Wife” knows about it and still wants him to do it…how shallow is she? Who in their right mind would want someone to blow that much money for a “proposal” for marriage?

  4. I’ve tried, but I can’t for the life of me figure out a cause that is less worthy of my money.

    Dude, you know the commercials going to be on, and he’s going to be calling his wife “hey hon! come quick!” and she’ll be like “i’m in the bathroom, i’ll be out in a damn minute.”

  5. This one just got a big *yawn* out of me, who cares about some dude trying to shill himself at the superbowl.

  6. I hope he fails but only barely. Give the money to the hospital Joe, your wife will love you even more!

  7. that is kind of crazy…all that money gone to waste…and she might say NO!

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