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Vizio Teams With NFL’s Allen Robinson For TV Giveaways

Fandemonium campaign awards M-Series TVs to fans, Boy & Girls Clubs of America
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Vizio will once again kick off the NFL season with a campaign to award its M-Series TVs to football fans as well as the Boys & Girls Clubs of America.

The fifth annual Vizio Fandemonium campaign is headed by Jacksonville Jaguars wide receiver and Vizio brand ambassador Allen Robinson. Each time Robinson scores a touchdown this season, Vizio will award a SmartCast M-Series Ultra HD HDR home theater display to a registered fan and to the Boys & Girls Club in the city where the touchdown is scored.

Last season Robinson scored 14 touchdowns and closed the season with a franchise high of 1,400 receiving yards, making him the first Jacksonville player since 2002 to eclipse the 1,000-yard benchmark, earning him the 2015 VIZIO Top Value Performer award as the player whose on-field performance most exceeded the value of his contract.

“I’m so excited to be heading up the TDs for TVs program with Vizio this season and am looking forward to giving back to fans and deserving Boys & Girls Clubs across the country,” said Robinson. “I had a productive off-season and am more motivated than ever to dominate on the field with my teammates and put points on the board for Jacksonville and fans everywhere.”

“We are so appreciative of Vizio for thinking of Boys & Girls Clubs of America again for the fifth installment of TDs for TVs,” said Frank Sanchez, national VP, Boys & Girls Clubs of America. “We’re excited to cheer on Allen this year as he plays for his team, his fans and Boys & Girls Clubs across the country. Since educating and entertaining kids and teens is a focus of clubs nationwide, the Vizio SmartCast technology will be a huge benefit to us and put to good use.”

Fans can enter at Vizio.com/TDsforTVs for their chance to win each week that Robinson plays.

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