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Funny UPS commercial with Sebastian Vettel & Kimi Raikkonen
 
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Happy Birthday to Sebastian Vettel Born on July 3, 1987. Today he is 30 years old. UPS Ferrari 2017
Views: 22439 FORMULA WORLD
Kimi Raikkonen as a UPS Driver Funny Commercial!
 
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Kimi Raikkonen as a UPS Driver Funny Commercial!
Views: 2437 F1 Compilations 2
UPS Commercial
 
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Views: 94 Jim Hanna
UPS Tests Residential Delivery Via Drone
 
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UPS announced it has successfully tested a drone that launches from the top of a delivery truck. The test was conducted in collaboration with drone-maker Workhorse. Sending drones to make deliveries from package cars could bolster efficiency in our network by reducing miles driven. https://pressroom.ups.com
Views: 254381 UPS
UPS Band Television Commercial 2000
 
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UPS Band TV Television Commercial from 2000. United Parcel Service, Inc. (UPS) is the world's largest package delivery company and a provider of supply chain management solutions.[3] The global logistics company is headquartered in the city of Sandy Springs, Georgia, United States, which is a part of the Greater Atlanta metropolitan area. UPS delivers more than 15 million packages per day to more than 7.9 million customers in more than 220 countries and territories around the world.[4][5][6][better source needed] UPS is known for its trademark brown delivery trucks and uniforms, hence the company nickname "Brown". UPS also operates its own airline and air cargo delivery service (IATA: 5X, ICAO: UPS, Call sign: UPS) based in Louisville, Kentucky, United States. On August 28, 1907, James Casey founded the American Messenger Company with Claude Ryan[7] in Seattle, Washington,[8] capitalized with $100 in debt.[9] Most deliveries at this time were made on foot and bicycles were used for longer trips. The American Messenger Company focused primarily on package delivery to retail stores with special delivery mail delivered for its largest client the United States Postal Service. In 1913 the company acquired a Model T Ford as its first delivery vehicle. Casey and Ryan merged with a competitor, Evert McCabe, and formed Merchants Parcel Delivery. Consolidated delivery was also introduced, combining packages addressed to a certain neighborhood onto one delivery vehicle.[9] In 1916 Charlie Soderstrom joined Merchants Parcel Delivery bringing in more vehicles for the growing delivery business. In 1919 the company expanded for the first time outside of Seattle to Oakland, California and changed its name to United Parcel Service. The name change to United Parcel Service was to remind the company expansion that operations were still United under the same organisation and Parcel identified the type of business offered as part of its Service. Common carrier service was acquired in 1922 from a company in Los Angeles, California. UPS became one of the only companies in the United States to offer common carrier service. At first common carrier was only limited to a small area around Los Angeles but by 1927 expanded to areas up to 125 miles outside the city. In 1924 a conveyor belt system was debuted for the handling of packages for UPS operations.[10]
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UPS | Television Commercial | 2005
 
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UPS | Television Commercial | 2005 United Parcel Service (UPS) is the world's largest package delivery company and a provider of supply chain management solutions.[3] The global logistics company is headquartered in the city of Sandy Springs, Georgia, United States, which is a part of the Greater Atlanta metropolitan area. UPS delivers more than 15 million packages per day to more than 7.9 million customers in more than 220 countries and territories around the world.[4][5][6][better source needed] UPS is known for its trademark brown delivery trucks and uniforms, hence the company nickname "Brown". UPS also operates its own airline and air cargo delivery service (IATA: 5X, ICAO: UPS, Call sign: UPS) based in Louisville, Kentucky, United States
Views: 46 Analog Memories
Dale Jarrett ups  commercial
 
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Dale Jarrett ups commercial
Views: 220 jeremiah johnson
UPS eBusiness Shipping Television Commercial 2000
 
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UPS eBusiness Shipping TV Television Commercial from 2000. United Parcel Service, Inc. (UPS) is the world's largest package delivery company and a provider of supply chain management solutions.[3] The global logistics company is headquartered in the city of Sandy Springs, Georgia, United States, which is a part of the Greater Atlanta metropolitan area. UPS delivers more than 15 million packages per day to more than 7.9 million customers in more than 220 countries and territories around the world.[4][5][6][better source needed] UPS is known for its trademark brown delivery trucks and uniforms, hence the company nickname "Brown". UPS also operates its own airline and air cargo delivery service (IATA: 5X, ICAO: UPS, Call sign: UPS) based in Louisville, Kentucky, United States. On August 28, 1907, James Casey founded the American Messenger Company with Claude Ryan[7] in Seattle, Washington,[8] capitalized with $100 in debt.[9] Most deliveries at this time were made on foot and bicycles were used for longer trips. The American Messenger Company focused primarily on package delivery to retail stores with special delivery mail delivered for its largest client the United States Postal Service. In 1913 the company acquired a Model T Ford as its first delivery vehicle. Casey and Ryan merged with a competitor, Evert McCabe, and formed Merchants Parcel Delivery. Consolidated delivery was also introduced, combining packages addressed to a certain neighborhood onto one delivery vehicle.[9] In 1916 Charlie Soderstrom joined Merchants Parcel Delivery bringing in more vehicles for the growing delivery business. In 1919 the company expanded for the first time outside of Seattle to Oakland, California and changed its name to United Parcel Service. The name change to United Parcel Service was to remind the company expansion that operations were still United under the same organisation and Parcel identified the type of business offered as part of its Service. Common carrier service was acquired in 1922 from a company in Los Angeles, California. UPS became one of the only companies in the United States to offer common carrier service. At first common carrier was only limited to a small area around Los Angeles but by 1927 expanded to areas up to 125 miles outside the city. In 1924 a conveyor belt system was debuted for the handling of packages for UPS operations.[10] In 1930, a consolidated service began in New York City, and soon after in other major cities in the East and the Midwest.[11] The use of common carrier for delivery between all customers placed UPS in direct competition with the United States Postal Service and the Interstate Commerce Commission. The common carrier service was applied to all cities in cities where UPS could use the service without the authority of the ICC and state commerce commissions. The first city for UPS to use common carrier outside of Los Angeles was Chicago, Illinois in 1953. Ford Model T UPS delivery vehicle in 1921. Air service through UPS was first used in 1929 through private airlines. However, The Great Depression and a lack of volume ended the air service. In 1953 UPS resumed air service called UPS Blue Label Air with two-day service to major cities along the East Coast and West Coast.[12]
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Commercial for Toast 'Em Animals - 1970s
 
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Animated commercial for Toast 'Em Animals toaster pastries. "Cinnamon lions, berry bears and chocolate elephants." Please subscribe to this channel to vote and comment on the videos!
UPS Amazon Business Model Television Commercial 2001
 
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UPS Amazon Business Model TV Television Commercial from 2001. United Parcel Service (UPS) is the world's largest package delivery company and a provider of supply chain management solutions.[3] The global logistics company is headquartered in the city of Sandy Springs, Georgia, United States, which is a part of the Greater Atlanta metropolitan area. UPS delivers more than 15 million packages per day to more than 7.9 million customers in more than 220 countries and territories around the world.[4][5][6][better source needed] UPS is known for its trademark brown delivery trucks and uniforms, hence the company nickname "Brown". UPS also operates its own airline and air cargo delivery service (IATA: 5X, ICAO: UPS, Call sign: UPS) based in Louisville, Kentucky, United States. On August 28, 1907, James Casey founded the American Messenger Company with Claude Ryan[7] in Seattle, Washington,[8] capitalized with $100 in debt.[9] Most deliveries at this time were made on foot and bicycles were used for longer trips. The American Messenger Company focused primarily on package delivery to retail stores with special delivery mail delivered for its largest client the United States Postal Service. In 1913 the company acquired a Model T Ford as its first delivery vehicle. Casey and Ryan merged with a competitor, Evert McCabe, and formed Merchants Parcel Delivery. Consolidated delivery was also introduced, combining packages addressed to a certain neighborhood onto one delivery vehicle.[9] In 1916 Charlie Soderstrom joined Merchants Parcel Delivery bringing in more vehicles for the growing delivery business. In 1919 the company expanded for the first time outside of Seattle to Oakland, California and changed its name to United Parcel Service. The name change to United Parcel Service was to remind the company expansion that operations were still United under the same organisation and Parcel identified the type of business offered as part of its Service. Common carrier service was acquired in 1922 from a company in Los Angeles, California. UPS became one of the only companies in the United States to offer common carrier service. At first common carrier was only limited to a small area around Los Angeles but by 1927 expanded to areas up to 125 miles outside the city. In 1924 a conveyor belt system was debuted for the handling of packages for UPS operations.[10] In 1930, a consolidated service began in New York City, and soon after in other major cities in the East and the Midwest.[11] The use of common carrier for delivery between all customers placed UPS in direct competition with the United States Postal Service and the Interstate Commerce Commission. The common carrier service was applied to all cities in cities where UPS could use the service without the authority of the ICC and state commerce commissions. The first city for UPS to use common carrier outside of Los Angeles was Chicago, Illinois in 1953. Ford Model T UPS delivery vehicle in 1921. Air service through UPS was first used in 1929 through private airlines. However, The Great Depression and a lack of volume ended the air service. In 1953 UPS resumed air service called UPS Blue Label Air with two-day service to major cities along the East Coast and West Coast.[12]
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UPS Origin Story Television Commercial 1991
 
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UPS Origin Story TV Television Commercial from 1991. United Parcel Service (UPS) is the world's largest package delivery company and a provider of supply chain management solutions.[3] The global logistics company is headquartered in the city of Sandy Springs, Georgia, United States, which is a part of the Greater Atlanta metropolitan area. UPS delivers more than 15 million packages per day to more than 7.9 million customers in more than 220 countries and territories around the world.[4][5][6][better source needed] UPS is known for its trademark brown delivery trucks and uniforms, hence the company nickname "Brown". UPS also operates its own airline and air cargo delivery service (IATA: 5X, ICAO: UPS, Call sign: UPS) based in Louisville, Kentucky, United States. On August 28, 1907, James Casey founded the American Messenger Company with Claude Ryan[7] in Seattle, Washington,[8] capitalized with $100 in debt.[9] Most deliveries at this time were made on foot and bicycles were used for longer trips. The American Messenger Company focused primarily on package delivery to retail stores with special delivery mail delivered for its largest client the United States Postal Service. In 1913 the company acquired a Model T Ford as its first delivery vehicle. Casey and Ryan merged with a competitor, Evert McCabe, and formed Merchants Parcel Delivery. Consolidated delivery was also introduced, combining packages addressed to a certain neighborhood onto one delivery vehicle.[9] In 1916 Charlie Soderstrom joined Merchants Parcel Delivery bringing in more vehicles for the growing delivery business. In 1919 the company expanded for the first time outside of Seattle to Oakland, California and changed its name to United Parcel Service. The name change to United Parcel Service was to remind the company expansion that operations were still United under the same organisation and Parcel identified the type of business offered as part of its Service. Common carrier service was acquired in 1922 from a company in Los Angeles, California. UPS became one of the only companies in the United States to offer common carrier service. At first common carrier was only limited to a small area around Los Angeles but by 1927 expanded to areas up to 125 miles outside the city. In 1924 a conveyor belt system was debuted for the handling of packages for UPS operations.[10] In 1930, a consolidated service began in New York City, and soon after in other major cities in the East and the Midwest.[11] The use of common carrier for delivery between all customers placed UPS in direct competition with the United States Postal Service and the Interstate Commerce Commission. The common carrier service was applied in cities where UPS could use the service without the authority of the ICC and state commerce commissions. The first city for UPS to use common carrier status outside of California was Chicago, Illinois in 1953.[12] Ford Model T UPS delivery vehicle in 1921 Air service through UPS was first used in 1929 through private airlines. However, The Great Depression and a lack of volume ended the air service. In 1953 UPS resumed air service called UPS Blue Label Air with two-day service to major cities along the East Coast and West Coast.[13]
Views: 39 Play Eats The Tape
Huggies Pull Ups GoodNites Television Commercial 2001
 
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Huggies Pull Ups GoodNites TV Television Commercial from 2001. . GoodNites (Formerly Pull-Ups Goodnites) (Known as DryNites in the UK and some other countries) are protective undegarments designed for bedwetters, and are the leading brand who offer products to older children who still require the use of absorbent undergarments to manage their nighttime incontinence. The product was historically marketed to parents of children 10 years of age and younger, and 85 pounds and smaller; in recent years, the target audience has been expanded upward to teenagers and even young adults who may still wet the bed.[1] Overseas, DryNites are expressly targeted toward persons 4 to 15 years of age. GoodNites are designed to be worn to bed in order to prevent wetting of the sheets and bedclothes in case of an accident. They are pull-up style rather than tape-up to make it easier for the children suffering from involuntary nighttime urination to change their protective undergarment on their own, though of course some parents are more comfortable changing their child or teenager's undergarment themselves. Once wet, the sides of the protective undergarment can be torn apart to be changed. According to the website there is no reason GoodNites can't be worn during the day by children and teenagers who experience daytime wettings as well; it is marketed as a bedwetting product mainly because that form of urinary incontinence is most common among children. As of 2004, GoodNites feature both cosmetic and functional gender-specific distinctions. GoodNites for girls are most absorbent in the middle, while GoodNites for boys are most absorbent in the front. At present, GoodNites for girls feature prints consisting of butterflies and hearts or butterflies and monkeys, and GoodNites for boys feature camouflage and trucks or camouflage and skateboarders depending on the size. The 8-15 DryNites brand used in other countries instead flowers on pink and purple diapers for girls, and skateboarders and guitar-players on blue for boys. These graphics are intended to be appealing and comforting to the bedwetter to hep increase their self-confidence. Like the 2010 re-designs, the current release features two different prints per package. GoodNites serves as the middle level of incontinence products in Kimberly-Clark's line, with Huggies diapers and Pull-Ups training pants for babies and toddlers, and Depend undergarments for older adults. Since the late 2010s, all of K-C's incontinence products have suffered a significant decline in quality and availability (while prices have continued to increase rather than go down); a reduction of absorbent material over time since the mid-1990s, and most recently altogether doing away with the polyethylene-based backing that allowed users to actually "get back into life" without risk of wetness bleeding through the inferior woven cloth-like backing of their modern product onto their street clothes.
Views: 3634 Pause Eats the Tape
UPS 1995 Commercial
 
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Moving at the speed of business
Huggies Pull-Ups DryNites Commercial 2016
 
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Huggies Drynites diapers - New improved designs and comfort!
Views: 9380 DryNites Nederland
Pull Ups GoodNites Diapers Television Commercial 1999
 
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Pull Ups GoodNites Diapers TV Television Commercial from 1999. Pull-Ups is a brand of disposable Training pants made under the Huggies brand of baby products. The product was first introduced in 1989 and became popular with the phrase "I'm a big kid now!" which is the product's slogan. The training pants are marketed with two packages: boys' designs are blue and currently feature characters from the Disney Junior show The Lion Guard; girls' designs are pink with the Disney Junior show Whisker Haven Tales with the Palace Pets characters. GoodNites GoodNites are used to control bedwetting. In 2008, The Goodnites disposable underwear split up from the Pull Ups brand merging with the Huggies brand, Then in 2011, Goodnites split up from the Huggies brand and formed their own brand which is the same name as the product.
Views: 1450 Pause Eats the Tape
Dale Jarrett ups yoga commercial
 
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Dale Jarrett ups yoga commercial
Views: 81 jeremiah johnson
Driver for a day - UPS Commercial (2014)
 
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Views: 5 Mintu Biswas
U.P.S Baller League Commercial
 
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Views: 28 Jr Jay8
Stick Ups | Television Commercial | 1995
 
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Stick Ups | Television Commercial | 1995
Views: 34 Analog Memories
UPS Air Delivery - 1990s Commercial
 
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UPS Air Delivery will now schedule pickups.
My sons UPS Commercial
 
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My 5 year old son has decided he wants to be a UPS driver when he grows. He calls UPS the acorn truck because he said the truck is brown and the symbol on the side looks like an acorn. He told me to watch his commercial he made up so I instantly got my phone! He is the sweetest most imaginative kid I have ever met.
Views: 3 Kim Bruce
Huggies Pull-Ups DryNites Commercial 2017 'Dream Big!'
 
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Huggies Pull-ups Drynites
Views: 5496 DryNites Nederland
Install Industrial UPS System Or Eaton Commercial UPS System  Eaton upssystems com
 
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N1 Critical Technologies is the name you can depend on to design, build and install your industrial ups system or eaton commercial ups system. Thanks for watching this video.
Views: 7 Eaton Upssystems
UPS Vertabiz  Goes Live Commercial
 
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A fictional new web business called "Vertabiz.com" goes live and gets a hundred thousand orders in a few seconds. UPS to the rescue!
Views: 22 90s Commercials
Spider-Man 3 - Fruit Roll-Ups Commercial
 
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From 2007, Spider-Man 3 with Fruit-Roll-Ups includes the Tattoos This video belongs to Adland
Pampers Commercial (Easy Ups First Steps) 2003
 
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Views: 2623 Ads "R" Us
UPS e-Business commercial, 1990s
 
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UPS saw the future of eBusiness relying on getting products from website to buyer, envisioning things coming out of printers. Aired in 1999.
Views: 21 Derek Dahlsad
Haribo Commercial   (Kids & Grown Ups Love Them So The Happiest)
 
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The fruitiest and the chewiest!
Views: 3616 Ads "R" Us
ROUNDABOUT SOLVED. UPS. COMMERCIAL & RESIDENTIAL SOLVED. (M2U06005)
 
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FATHER = 58 is the Name above all names as declared by God the FATHER through all of world history. This channel is the continuation of "JESUS = 888" on YouTube. You can hop over there to watch the 1000’s of prequel videos. FATHER = 58 is the Name to which all names and words of world history point, as we show, on this channel. These revelations began on the “JESUS = 888” channel on YouTube. I have been receiving revelations in Gematria from the Father in prayer, and we have basically solved the entire English language mathematically at this point—as well as much of world history. Anyone can do the math. Watch and join in on the epic treasure hunt. Basically—I consider these things to be the greatest theological revelations of all time… because they are so abundant, everywhere—and are doable by all. FATHER = 58. A = 1… Z = 26. Add up the letters. Here’s how this works. There are 3 “+2’s” in FATHER: T H E There is 1 “+1”: A There are 2 that divide by 3: F R Follow this pattern in all the greatest names and words in history, and you’ll find FATHER pointed to everywhere. Here are the +1’s: A D G J M P S V Y Here are the +2’s: B E H K N Q T W Z Here are the letters that divide by 3: C F I L O R U X Definition of a “+1”: Divide the letter’s numeric value by 3—if the remainder is 1, it is a “+1”. Same thing for a “+2”: the remainder is 2. And letters that divide by 3 evenly simply divide by 3, I say. This is so that the TRINITY (Father, Son, and Holy Ghost) are maximally glorified while FATHER’s Name is pointed to as the Name above all names. I have also discovered that words with a Grand Total of +1, (such as “FATHER”—The Name above all names), point to FATHER as well—through many such obvious examples in accumulating abundance. So you will notice how many of the HIGHEST words in the English language point to FATHER given the simple above preamble: HEAVEN, EARTH, SEA, PARADISE, HIGHEST, HOLIEST, LOFTIEST, BEST, CREATION, NATURE, TRINITY, HOLY TRINITY, ANGELS (= FATHER)… and a mind-blowing, huge host which we present one by one in all of these videos. So it’s basically very epic. This is FATHER’s world, and it’s amazing to Find His Name hidden in everything everywhere. God is Sovereign—and what that means is He has been in control of the words of world history. He talks to Us, and We talk to Him. It’s His language. So He has been sovereign over the whole thing to make sure it all points to Him. THING = FATHER. He owns and created every THING. So it’s all very simple. I foresee this getting taught in schoolhouses someday. GEMATRIA = JESUS = MESSIAH = ENGLISH = GOSPEL = CROSS = THE KING. If you love Jesus, get into Gematria. It is the greatest act of God’s glorification of Himself in all the history books, for all time. I would go so far as to say, if you don’t know Gematria (particularly, English gematria), you will miss the whole thing of God’s glory to modern history. You simply will not see how FATHER owns the greatest companies on Earth providing for millions of people daily. And the greatest fashion brands—clothing millions of people daily. And all your favourite foods—and yes, it can ALL be solved… to the detail. Because God owns it ALL—and ordained it ALL. And gematria is the KEY to seeing that. When you receive a RECEIPT at the store, RECEIPT parallels FATHER. Do it yourself. 3 +2’s: E E T 1 +1: P The rest divide by 3, just like in FATHER: R C I. I have been coining all these simply ways that it parallels FATHER in all these videos. You’ll get it. You can do it. It’s not hard. God made it doable by all people of all ages, because He wants to be seen, thought about, thanked, appreciated, and loved. But it’s just plain FUN for goodness’ sake! It’s a joy to discover these things for the first time. And yes—give your children great names that glorify FATHER, and watch what He does with them. I’ve studied the history books—it’s plain as day. SCIENCE = FATHER. Do that one for homework. It’s a giant feast… In order to get your understanding fixed regarding the age of the earth (just over 6000 years old)—go to www.CreationScience.com and read the ENTIRE book (online free) by Dr. Walt Brown. The biggest lie we have today is that the world is really old, and that people aren’t made in the image of God—LIES FROM HELL. The Bible is The Truth, and the history books are all for God—Gematria is the key that unlocks it all. The whole story is From God, and For God, and the more Truth you see, the more satisfied you are.
Views: 20 FATHER 58
Dolly Pops Dress Ups By Knickerbocker Commercial 1982
 
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Dolly Pops Dress Ups By Knickerbocker Commercial 1982
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FX Grown-ups 2 Commercial
 
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Burp Snart
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UPS Television Commercial 1989
 
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UPS Television Commercial 1989 United Parcel Service, Inc. (UPS) is the world's largest package delivery company and a provider of supply chain management solutions.[4] The global logistics company is headquartered in the city of Sandy Springs, Georgia, United States, which is a part of the Greater Atlanta metropolitan area. UPS delivers more than 15 million packages per day to more than 7.9 million customers in more than 220 countries and territories around the world.[5][6][7][better source needed] UPS is known for its trademark brown delivery trucks and uniforms, hence the company nickname "Brown". UPS also operates its own airline and air cargo delivery service (IATA: 5X, ICAO: UPS, Call sign: UPS) based in Louisville, Kentucky, United States.
Views: 32 Analog Indulgence
Pampers Easy Ups | Television Commercial | 2008 | Potty Training
 
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Pampers Easy Ups | Television Commercial | 2008 | Potty Training Pampers is an American brand of baby and toddler products marketed by Procter & Gamble.
Views: 4965 Analog Memories
Tattoo Fruit Roll Ups Television Commercial 2001
 
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Tattoo Fruit Roll Ups TV Television Commercial from 2001. Every time I see that girl I think it`s Lauren Ambrose . Fruit Roll-Ups is a brand of fruit snack that debuted in grocery stores across the United States in 1983. The snack is a flat, pectin-based fruit-flavored snack, wrapped around a piece of cellophane for easier removal. Fruit Roll-Ups are manufactured by General Mills and distributed under the Betty Crocker brand in the United States brand in Australia. Several similar products have been marketed by General Mills and by other companies. Fruit Corners Fruit Roll-Ups were heavily marketed on television in the United States throughout the early 1980s. Most spots featured the tag line "Fruit Corners Fruit Roll-Ups: Real fruit and fun, rolled up in one." Later spots featured children innovating in the "Fruit Roll-Up Fun Factory". The overall marketing theme is that parents can feed their children "fun" processed foods that are based on real fruit.[1] Studies of American mothers have shown that the mothers are surprised at how sweet Fruit Roll-Ups are and how little fruit is present in them. For example, the strawberry flavor contains no strawberries, and the only ingredient derived from fruit is the sugar present in concentrated pear juice.[1] General Mills' research for the product began in 1975.[2] Joray Fruit Rolls are a round, fruit leather product from New York that predates Fruit Roll-Ups. Fruit Roll-Ups have a more rubbery texture than the natural rolls and though were originally round in shape, they are now shaped like a parallelogram. Fruit Roll-Ups have featured variants on the original plain sheets such as punch out shapes on the rolls and temporary tattoos and tattoos for tongues. Berry Lemonade/Cherry Slushie Crazy Pix Cool Chix Berry Wave Crazy Pix Wild Ones Blastin' Berry Electric Blue Raspberry Flavor Wave Rainbow Little Banana Strawberry Kiwi Kick Amazing Cherry Sunberry Burst Electric Yellow Screamin' Green Lemon Lime Pink Lemonade SpongeBob SquarePants: Tropical Punch Franken Berry and Boo Berry (Sold seasonally at Halloween) Betty Crocker sells Fruit Roll-Ups in single-flavor boxes and flavor variety packs.
Pull Ups Diapers I'm a Big Kid Now Television Commercial 2000
 
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Pull Ups Diapers I'm a Big Kid Now TV Television Commercial from 2000. Pull-Ups is a brand of disposable Training pants made under the Huggies brand of baby products. The product was first introduced in 1989 and became popular with the phrase "I'm a big kid now!" which is the product's slogan. The training pants are marketed with two packages: boys' designs are blue and currently feature characters from the Disney Junior show The Lion Guard; girls' designs are pink with the Disney Junior show Whisker Haven Tales with the Palace Pets characters. Huggies Pull-Ups variations Huggies Pull-Ups have been distributed in 3 different types which have been intact since 2006. (not counting the renaming of Wetness Liner.) Learning Designs Overwriting the original Huggies Pull-Ups in 2000, but on March 2nd, 2005, the original Huggies Pull-Ups are now known as Learning Designs. Learning Designs Pull-Ups have small pictures in the area that is most commonly urinated on, that are printed on certain ink that evaporates when exposed to urine. This makes it so that these icons fade when the wearer wets, discouraging him/her from urinating in the Pull-Up, and to use the toilet instead, and as an incentive for staying dry for long periods of time. All Pull-ups variations have this feature. On March 2nd, 2005, Learning Designs Pull-Ups also have a small star picture on the inside that is digested on, that is also printed on certain ink that evaporates when exposed to feces. Wetness Liner Wetness Liner Pull-Ups Training Pants were first distributed in 2005 as a competitor to the now defunct Pampers Feel 'N Learn. These Pull-Ups were much like Learning Designs Pull-Ups, except they added special liner to the Wetness Liner ones. This liner is placed on the inside of the Pull-up, where the wearer is most likely to wet, and is sensitive to urine. When the Wetness Liner is exposed to urine, it causes the wearer to feel uncomfortable, and learn that (s)he should not wet oneself and use the toilet instead. Wetness Liner Pull-Ups also have the Learning Designs, which also fade when the wearer wets the pull-up. Cool-Alert name change In 2006, the Wetness Liner Pull-Ups were replaced by Cool-Alert. This variation has since been intact since.
Views: 6350 Rewind Eats the Tape
Pull Ups Commercial ft. Young Thugga Thugga
 
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Pulls Ups Commercial Young Thug Style "Pull Up" - Young Thug (ft. Rich Homie Quan)
Views: 401 WhiteBoyEvan
4 CHORDS MASHUP - PINOY COMMERCIAL JINGLES
 
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4 CHORDS CHALLENGE! Mga sikat na commercial jingles sa Pilipinas. enjoy! recorded at idoltap
Views: 123696 moymoypalaboy
Huggies Pull-Ups Commercial (I'm a big kid now!) 1989
 
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Views: 3823 Ads "R" Us