“In a cross promotion with the Vancouver Firefighter’s Charitable Society, BLENZ Coffee has launched two videos on YouTube for their ‘Who Deserves A BLENZ?’ campaign.
In the commercials, BLENZ Coffee decided to honour Vancouver Firefighter’s – who indeed deserve it.
The first video features an actor who goes undercover as a Fireman into a local Vancouver BLENZ Coffee Shop, on the corner of Granville and Broadway, and in a hidden camera prank, tries to convince unsuspecting customers out of their drink order and into a BLENZ Signature Shaken Iced Tea. The results are surprisingly funny.
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In the second commercial, two contestants who did indeed change their drink order are then faced with a major physical challenge at the Vancouver Fire & Rescue Training Centre.
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The two men are put into the very same challenge that every active duty Firefighter has to go through to become a full-fledged Firefighter. The course is obviously grueling, as you watch these two men grunt it out – barely finishing the race.
The contestant with the best time had $2,500 donated to the Vancouver Freighter’s Charitable Society in his name on behalf of BLENZ, won a free Signature Shaken Iced Tea for every active duty Firefighter in Vancouver, and for himself; FREE Coffee for an entire year.
At the end of the second commercial, you can go over to the Stunt Buxx website for a chance to win FREE Coffee for a year – the contest is open to the public. Take a short video on your smart-phone and upload it to the Stunt Buxx website, and in under 30 seconds, tell BLENZ about someone in your community who you believe deserves a BLENZ.
The video entries will be reviewed by BLENZ management, and the most compelling story will win FREE Coffee for an entire year. Contest runs until Sept. 30th, 2013.
Also, anyone who shares these videos on the Stunt Buxx website, will receive a coupon in their email or on the mobile phone for 25% off their next Signature Shaken Iced Tea order.”