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Fentimans - The Original Adult Soft Drink / Victorian - (2014) :30 (UK)

Fentimans - The Original Adult Soft Drink / Victorian - (2014) :30 (UK)

Fentimans launches their first TV commercial in the UK and step up to take the throne of Oddly Naughty, previously owned by Apple Tango (ooh, you little Minx).

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Ford Mustang "The Road Awaits" (2014) :30 (UK)

Ford Mustang "The Road Awaits" (2014) :30 (UK)

The Ford Mustang is coming to Europe for the first time in its 50 year history. People will be able to pre-order at a pop-up "shop" on Ford's website during the UEFA Champions
League Final on May 24th. (Ford's a sponsor, you see.)

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Adobe - Woo Woo? - (2014) :60 (USA)

Adobe - Woo Woo? - (2014) :60 (USA)

This ad which premiered during the US Open shows two marketing men whip their office into a total frenzy over a new social media channel. It's as hilarious as it us sadly spot on.

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Leroy Merlin "Selfie" (2014) :40 (France)

Leroy Merlin "Selfie" (2014) :40 (France)

French home improvement store Leroy Merlin,wanted to re-establish its position as the country's leading DIY store. This spot features people taking "Selfies," except they're really not, they're taking photos of their handiwork.

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Provet "Dogbunker" (2014) 2:00 (Argentina)

Provet "Dogbunker" (2014) 2:00 (Argentina)

My dog lovin' friends are going to squee at this one.

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St. Louis CVC "Pets" (2014) :30 (USA)

St. Louis CVC "Pets" (2014) :30 (USA)

The St. Louis Convention Center and Visitors Bureau want you to know something: St. Louis is pet friendly. Which means you can not only explore the city, but you can do so with the fur-covered members of the family, too. The cinematography here feels very retro.

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Pepsi "Futbol Skills Challenge' (2014) :30 (USA)

Pepsi "Futbol Skills Challenge' (2014) :30 (USA)

If you think it's only Coke that uses vending machines to achieve happiness and grant free soda, you have another think coming.

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