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August 01, 2020
August 10, 2020 06:05 PM EDT
During social distancing, people are finding creative ways to play basketball—dunking laundry, dishes, mini-hoops—anything to keep the game alive.
With basketball coming back after being postponed due to the pandemic, fans everywhere are excited to watch their favourite stars dunk again.
To celebrate the return, Dairy Farmers of Ontario (DFO) is encouraging Ontarians to dunk the original way: with milk and cookies.
As part of our MilkUP youth sports program, the #HomeCourtDunkoff campaign launched on July 28, 2020, with a TikTok video challenge. Through a partnership with Raptors announcer Jack Armstong, we’ve created a play-by-play soundtrack for fans to use over the dunks.
The campaign continues through summer and ends in October.
Watch the 15-second ad or use the video player above
Watch the 6-second Jordan's Monster Jam ad
Watch the 6-second Nikita's Slam ad
Watch the 6-second Justin's Tweener ad
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Dairy Farmers of Ontario recently secured a one-year partnership with TVO. The Dairy Education Program's new website, edu.milk.org, is featured on TVO's website at education.tvo.org. Visit the pages and learn more.
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