5 Of The Best Branded Vines Of The Week: 12th December 2013

5 Of The Best Branded Vines Of The Week: 12th December 2013

It's a Thursday so that can only mean that it's time to take a look at some of the best branded Vine's from the past week. Surprisingly, given that Christmas is only *checks watch* 13 days away, we don't have any festive videos for you this week. Instead, we bring you clips of the new football that's going to be in play for the 2014 World Cup (trust me, that's important), we watch Gandalf come face to face with Gandalf, see how much UNICEF can pack in a box so school children affected by Typhoon Haiyan can continue learning and join Nokia as they ski down a paper mountain. Thank you to the team at Unruly for their suggestions. 

Top Branded Vines Of The Week

1. Adidas
The World Cup is coming to Brazil next year and there's a new football in play. This is actually kind of a big deal so remember where you heard about the 'Brazuca' first.
2. Nokia
Nokia's Lumia 1520 tablet has been released, so what better way of promoting it than a little finger-skiing down a paper mountain. Silly but fun.
Children's charity UNICEF is dedicated to relieving the suffering of children all over the world. They have just provided 350 'School-in-a-box' kits to help children in the Philippines continue their education following the chaos caused by Typhoon Haiyan. This little Vine shows just how much goes into one of the packs.
4. Oreo
Slam-dunkin' skills from the ever-creative Oreo marketing team.
5. Sesame Street
You shall not pass! @IanMcKellen and Gandalf show us the power of simple good manners in this little Sesame Street produced skit. We're kind of disappointed that Patrick Stewart is nowhere to be seen though.

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