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Friday Odds and Ends

-Doritos’ “Crash the Super Bowl” campaign returns, this time with not only a $1 million prize at stake but a chance to work with Marvel on the set of Avengers: Age of Ultron. link; link

-A handful of young NBA stars including Wizards guard John Wall and Paul George of the Indiana Pacers take center stage in Goodby’s new “Big is On” campaign (above).

-Digital agency Metia has launched four Windows 8 apps for the Automobile Association’s UK Lifestyle guide series. link

-London direct/digital agency Partners Andrews Aldridge has been appointed as CRM agency for the Royal National Lifeboat Institution.

-What can marketers learn from Banksy? link

-Business Insider tells the tale of Twitter’s “wild ride” from its beginnings to IPO. link

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Reebok Animates Sports Heroes for ZigTech

Have you ever seen cricket look so cool? Better yet, have you ever seen cricket look so action-packed? Even better yet, have you ever seen cricket?

This spot, featuring Mahendra Singh Dhoni of the India National Cricket Team, is one of eight colorful new spots from DDB Berlin for the new Reebok ZigTech shoe. The spots focus on sports stars from around the world including go-to product endorser from the NFL, Peyton Manning, the Washington Wizards’ John Wall, British pro boxer Amir Khan and Spanish soccer player Iker Casillas of Real Madrid. Give Reebok some props for looking all around the globe for different faces to plug the ZigTech sneaker. Credits and another spot follow after the jump.

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