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VT grad wins $1 million dollar grand prize from Doritos

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BLACKSBURG - Virginia Tech graduate Raj Suri has taken home the grand prize of $1 million for his "Time Machine" commercial.  Suri found out this morning that his team was the first of two winners for the Doritos Super Bowl commercial contest.  Join us tonight as we sit down with Suri to talk about the experience.
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