Top branded Vines of the month: Sony, McDonald's and Lottery Good Causes

Arron Crascall shows us his moves
Arron Crascall shows us his moves

Marketing, with the help of social media experts Unruly, showcases three must-watch branded Vines of the month. This time round we've selected 70's music, 70's food and 70's(-ish) sport.

On July 1st 1979, the world of personal music was changed forever, as Sony gave us the Walkman. It  created mini-DJs (pirates) out of most of us, as we spent hours recording reels of music from the radio onto cassettes, in a bid to make the perfect mix-tape for on the go.

1974 McDonald's first opened shop in the UK. Mork & Mindy and Happy days were the best things on the box and we had no idea what those little yellow Minions were, thankfuly. Red-faced Alexander Holtti is set to change that with his 'stuck in the 70's" sponsored vine. 

A century earlier, but still in the 70s, the first ever Wimbledon Championships event took place (1877).  Ever since England has been marking the event with let-down after let-down, topped up with strawberries and cream. To mark the £3.75m that Lottery Good Causes has raised to help support talented players, they have created this looping tennis vine. Another round of strawberries anyone?

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