It’s the day before Thanksgiving, and for most of you, it’s the calm before the storm. The best brands recognize this, and keep their content short and sweet with creative Vines. So, whether you’re in the office or stuck on a long bus ride, take a moment to sit back, relax, and enjoy these 4 entertaining Vines from brands.
Consumer packaged goods brand Reynolds has teamed with Vine star BatDad, a dad who has accumulated more than 2.8 million followers on Vine just by wearing a Batman mask to entertain his children.
Working with Havas Worldwide Chicago, BatDad will create six Vine videos throughout the holiday season. In the first Vine of the series, “Mask,” BatDad’s kids illustrate that Reynolds Wrap isn’t just for wrapping up leftovers – it can also be used to help dad make a new mask.
Of the campaign, Havas Worldwide Chicago Chief Creative Director Jason Peterson said:
Reynolds is increasingly turning to digital and social to expand its reach and connect with a younger demographic of digitally savvy moms. The objective of the partnership was to engage our younger target, while also demonstrating product usage in creative ways. The Vines effectively showcase Reynolds Wrap® while staying true to BatDad’s brand.
In this simple yet heartwarming Thanksgiving message, Farmers encourages safe travels and reminds everyone to be thankful throughout the holiday season.
Don’t know what to do with all those Thanksgiving leftovers? Oreo has got you covered.
The Vine takes a jab at the gut of Taco Bell, sparking a clever Twitter exchange:
Happy Black Friday!? As soon as Thanksgiving is over, the holiday shopping rush begins. If you’re looking for clever gift ideas, Lowes is using Vine to showcase some great options, like this speaker disguised as a shelf.
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