Gizmo the pug saves Christmas in the new Vision Direct advert!

You may well remember this adorable little pug, Gizmo, from last years Vision direct Christmas campaign, which was featured in the independent and the metro and amassed over 1 million views on YouTube and Facebook?

If you did, you'll be as happy as me to see this cute little pug back this year, and of course, not without his vision direct glasses!

Produced by Bespoke Film and Communications, this years Vision Direct Christmas campaign sees Gizmo save Christmas and plays on the familiar theme of festive neighbourhood rivalry.

And what classic rival would dear old Gizmo the dog have? 

Cuddles the cat of course! 

“We are so excited to reveal our brand new Christmas Campaign for 2016, Gizmo Saves Christmas. For our first Christmas ad last year to be mentioned alongside the likes of John Lewis and Sainsburys was phenomenal. We knew we had to bring Gizmo back this year and make the new campaign even more fun, playful and exciting for our audience. We hope you love it as much as we do.”

You can check out just how this rivalry plays out and how Gizmo saves the day by watching the ad for yourself here...

Vision Direct are the UK's first and longest running online only contact lens retailer, having been trusted by hundreds of thousands of customers to deliver affordable and high quality eye care since 1998.

The Christmas campaign introduces their new range of prescription glasses, which are available from only £19.99, including lenses. The very lenses that Gizmo so beautifully models in the new ad are available to purchase on Vision Direct's website too!

Vision Directs campaign runs throughout the festive period and can be viewed on Vision Directs Facebook or YouTube channels or by visiting the website where there will also be lots of competitions, fun and games as part of their festive countdown advent calendar.

You can also join in the the fun on Twitter using the hashtag #pugxmas and see what Gizmo is up to at @Mrgizmothepug and @VisionDirect_UK.

*This is a sponsored post but all content and opinions are my own*


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