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Coke "Make every day special" (2015) :30 (The Netherlands)

Coke "Make every day special" (2015) :30 (The Netherlands)

Coke's got a new value pack out in The Netherlands. It's special enough to even make a hardcore teen start playing Chris De Burgh. Much to the chagrin of his sister.

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Words can Save (2015) 2:10 (Russia)

Words can Save (2015) 2:10 (Russia)

Words can harm, but they can also save. This anti-bullying video points you to a larger website activation called Words can Save. This site helps highlight signs and symptoms of cyber bullying in an interactive way.

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Opel "The rebirth of an old car" (2015) 3:15 (Belgium)

Opel "The rebirth of an old car" (2015) 3:15 (Belgium)

Saying good bye to your old car is hard. Thankfully Opel believes in reincarnation and melts down a friend's old faithful on four wheels, turning it into a new Opel Kadett. So the car will live on.

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Mazda "The power of dance" (2015) 2:03 (UK)

Mazda "The power of dance" (2015)  2:03 (UK)

Maza has a branded content series called Rebels With A Cause in which they showcase innovators in technology.

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Toshiba "Bring Life Forward" (2015) :55 (USA)

Toshiba "Bring Life Forward" (2015) :55 (USA)

Here's a spot for Toshiba, touting their green energy solutions, and a giant hand that turns smokestacks into wind power, adds solar panels to houses, and adds EV buses to the city. Thanks for making the world a better place, giant hand!

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The Salt Institute "Recipe" (2015) 1:15 (USA)

The Salt Institute "Recipe" (2015) 1:15 (USA)

Olde Salty is makin' a goose as he's driving along a perfectly salted winter road. A little hiccup happens when the road becomes less salty. This campaign is so odd it's very appealing to me, right down to the weird pseudo-reggae soundtrack. I also love the legal lines.

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The Salt Institute "Longevity" (2015) 1:15 (USA)

The Salt Institute "Longevity" (2015) 1:15 (USA)

Everything is better with a little salt, including awkward conversations about the oldest living clam. This salty spokesman (Olde Salty) is like the Gorton's fisherman's older brother.

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Tena Men "Control" (2015) :50 (UK)

Tena Men "Control" (2015) :50 (UK)

Here's a humorous way to deal with a serious problem. Male urine leakage. Featuring a character called Stirling Gravitas who demonstrates all the control he has, from juggling chainsaws to silencing a crying baby, and more. This man has no time for urine leakage.

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