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The TV category has always been highly debated on 10and5 and it's not often that everyone agrees on a favourite, but, these are the ads that we think got it right....

Brandhouse has released their new Drive Dry campaign by FoxP2, 'Who's driving you home tonight?' which follows on from the award-winning 'Papa wag vir jou'....

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5kuC-4DaT0M[/youtube] This is the digital component of the latest Brandhouse Drive Dry campaign by FoxP2. Gloo worked on the digital campaign to run along side the "Papa wag vir jou" TV ad. See it here. This is what they did, how they did it and the...

This hard-hitting message is an old one by FoxP2 for Brandhouse's Drive Dry initiative. This installation was placed at last year's Whisky Live Festival to urge people against driving home drunk. Brandhouse liquor company's Drive Dry initiative wanted those attending the Whisky Live Festival to...

Great new first-of-its-kind campaign by 2.0 Media for Jupiter Drawing Room Cape Town. The campaign is created for Brandhouse. Designed as a mock TV show, each of the five two-minute minisodes represent a humorous spoof on the contemporary cooking-show genre of which Keith Floyd and Jamie Oliver are most famous. The show takes viewers on a visual tour across Scotland’s famous Speyside district with invented “celebrity-chef and whiskey connoisseur” Bruce Campbell. Traveling from distillery to distillery in his clapped-out camper-van, Campbell, makes laughable attempts to replicate iconic whiskeys, which include Johnny Walker Black Label, Johnny Walker Red Label, Bells Whiskey, J&B Rare, and The Singleton Whiskey, using his home-made methods. Scotland from Home also extends on a blog, Facebook and Twitter. Blog site created by HelloComputer. Click more below to see the rest of the episodes!
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Bushmills™ South Africa has taken the unusual step of giving away its distiller’s company car, a classic 1969 E-Type Jaguar, in a promotional campaign launching in September 2009. The activity is supported by an interactive site www.bushmills.co.za, where discerning whisky drinkers can register and increase their chances of winning the car. Visitors are also encouraged to join the Bushmills pub quiz - the first quiz of its kind in South Africa using social networking site Twitter.
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