Locally Laid Egg Co. Advances in Super Bowl Ad Competition

Posted at: 09/27/2013 10:58 AM | Updated at: 09/27/2013 3:56 PM

Locally Laid Egg Company has moved on to the next round of competition in hopes of landing a coveted 2014 Super Bowl commercial spot.

Locally Laid has provided pasture-raised eggs on their Wrenshall farm for over a year.

Locally Laid is a hopeful to win a free Super Bowl ad sponsored by Intuit/Quickbooks. They have moved on to the second round of voting. You can find the link to vote daily here: https://www.smallbusinessbiggame.com/MN/Locally-Laid-Egg-Company/382873.

"Folks love the thought of a Northland region, hometown company like Locally Laid winning a Super Bowl ad," said Jason Amundsen, founder of the company.

Jason and his wife, Lucie, along with their two children live in Duluth. They started the company over a year ago when they noticed the nearest commercial eggs at their local co-op came from 200 miles away. Jason grew their backyard flock to thousands of hens.

Locally Laid is Minnesota's only commercial-scale, pasture-based egg operation. They are now expanding in the Twin Cities area.

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