The Greatest Christmas Ads Ever!

Ads of Week

Yes it's Christmas and in the interest of getting into the festive mood, we've put together some of the best Christmas Ads.

We hope that you all love them as much as we do – Any favourites? Drop us a comment in the comments box below. Have a very Happy Christmas from everyone at Zulu!

The Nativity - Don’t let irresponsible driving wreck Christmas.

Brain Candy Toys: Scrooge + 3 Ghosts = Big Goose & Xmas

Childhope Asia:

Over 200,000 children are spending Christmas on the streets.

Dog Charity: Not Every Doggie is Merry at Christmas

Living Christmas Trees


Promoting the sales of potted Christmas trees of ‘Antemisaris’ Plant Nursery over the cut ones which are common in Greece. You can choose between life and death. You can choose between a ‘living’ potted Christmas tree or a ‘dead’ cut Christmas tree. The wooden cross-like base that is used to support the cut tree was the inspiration.



Heinekin Xmas Tree

Church End Brewery: This Christmas, Church End Brewery has created Reinbeer ale.

It’s a real ale with a festive twist, so our campaign features real ale drinkers with a festive twist – as we catch them in front of some impressive pairs of antlers.



Fire service:


Holiday season is fire season. Your best defence is a working smoke alarm. Install this battery, test the alarm and happy holidays!



Gingerbread Man:

This year, instead of Christmas cards we're donating money to the No More Landmines Trust.

Meat Decoration:

There are 177,000 people in Munich living below the poverty line. The Münchner Tafel regularly provides food for 15,000 of them.

Nativity: Don’t let irresponsible driving wreck Christmas.



Scifi TV: Sci-fi TV wishes you a merry christmas!

Dustbin homeless: Help so that no one finds their Christmas Supper here.

Edith Cavell Hospital - Premature Jesus:

Every year, the premature baby unit at Edith Cavell Hospital sends cards to the other departments as well as to ex-patients. This year, they sent this card in mid-October. When you open it you see the message: 
It's a little premature, but Happy Christmas.

Stihl - Lumberjack Christmas

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