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    Getty Ebenezer Scrooge from Radio City Entertainment's "A Christmas Carol" creates and enjoys the "Scrooge Sandwich" (Turkey, Pastrami, Muenster Cheese, Deli Mustard, on Rye bread, with a side of Cranberry Sauce) at the Stage Door Deli in New York City. "A Christmas Carol" plays at the Theater at Madison Square Garden through December 29th, the "Scrooge Sandwich" is also available through the 29th at the Stage Door Deli. Happy Thanksgiving! If you’re running out of conversation starters for your family, friends or cat as you recover from turkey dinner, here’s one for you: Why are cranberry sauce labels upside-down? It’s a longtime mystery that popped up online again in 2021 when buyers noticed that the labels on jellied cranberry sauce are flipped. The rounded edge, which for most cans is on the bottom, is on the top for cans of Ocean Spray cranberry sauce. Ocean Spray told CNN Business the labeling process is strategic and intentional. It makes preparation easier, according to the company spokesperson. If you were looking for cranberry sauce at your grocery store this Thanksgiving...
    MIAMI (CBSMiami) – If you ever wondered why your can of Ocean Spray cranberry sauce has the label upside now, we’ve got the answer. The company says it puts the label on that way on purpose so grocers, and you, store the cans with the side you open facing down. READ MORE: Lincoln Road Restaurants Suing Miami Beach Over Outdoor Dining PermitsThe reason is simple. READ MORE: Holiday Shopping Frenzy In Full SwingOcean Spray says it causes the contents to settle and an air bubble to form at the top. MORE NEWS: Google Reveals Florida’s Favorite CasseroleThat way when you open it on the bottom of the label, you can slide a knife along the edge of the can on the inside to break the vacuum, allowing the cranberry sauce to slide out perfectly intact.
    (CNN) — Perhaps one of the greatest mysteries of Thanksgiving is the cranberry sauce — and we’re not talking about why people eat it: Why are the labels on Ocean Spray cans upside down? Observant consumers have noticed that the labels on jellied cranberry sauce cans are flipped, meaning the rounded edge that’s typically on the bottom of most canned goods is on top of Ocean Spray cranberry sauce cans. READ MORE: Keep Those Turkey Juices Out Of The Sink To Avoid A 'Fatberg,' DPW Officials SayAccording to Ocean Spray, that’s intentional: It creates a seamless serving experience. The cans are “filled and labeled upside down with the rounded edge on top and the sharp can-like edge on the bottom to keep the jelly whole,” an Ocean Spray spokesperson told CNN Business. That creates an air bubble on the rounded side (a.k.a. the top) so customers can “swipe the edge of the can with a knife to break the vacuum and the log will easily slide out.” This process has been in use since the early 2000s. READ MORE: Man...
    Perhaps one of the greatest mysteries of Thanksgiving is the cranberry sauce - and we're not talking about why people eat it: Why are the labels on Ocean Spray cans upside down?Observant consumers have noticed that the labels on jellied cranberry sauce cans are flipped, meaning the rounded edge that's typically on the bottom of most canned goods is on top of Ocean Spray cranberry sauce cans.According to Ocean Spray, that's intentional: It creates a seamless serving experience.The cans are "filled and labeled upside down with the rounded edge on top and the sharp can-like edge on the bottom to keep the jelly whole," an Ocean Spray spokesperson told CNN Business. That creates an air bubble on the rounded side (a.k.a. the top) so customers can "swipe the edge of the can with a knife to break the vacuum and the log will easily slide out."This process has been in use since the early 2000s.Adweek, which recently reported this important can caveat, noted that about 67 million cans are sold between Thanksgiving and Christmas.But like other Thanksgiving meal staples, canned...
    New York (CNN Business)Perhaps one of the greatest mysteries of Thanksgiving is the cranberry sauce — and we're not talking about why people eat it: Why are the labels on Ocean Spray cans upside down?Observant consumers have noticed that the labels on jellied cranberry sauce cans are flipped, meaning the rounded edge that's typically on the bottom of most canned goods is on top of Ocean Spray cranberry sauce cans. According to Ocean Spray, that's intentional: It creates a seamless serving experience. The cans are "filled and labeled upside down with the rounded edge on top and the sharp can-like edge on the bottom to keep the jelly whole," an Ocean Spray spokesperson told CNN Business. That creates an air bubble on the rounded side (a.k.a. the top) so customers can "can swipe the edge of the can with a knife to break the vacuum and the log will easily slide out."This process has been in use since the early 2000s. Read MoreAdweek, which recently reported this important can caveat, noted that about 67 million cans are sold between Thanksgiving...
    Any Teenager in Your Life Will Appreciate These Super Cool Advent Calendars Michael Strahan Co-Founded Production Company to Produce Bishop Sycamore Doc There's about to be a new star on TikTok! © Provided by People COURTESY nathan apodaca Nathan Apodaca and His Wife Estela Nathan "Doggface" Apodaca — whose longboarding video of him drinking Ocean Spray to Fleetwood Mac's "Dreams" went viral last year — and wife Estela Chavez are expecting their first child together, PEOPLE can exclusively reveal. "It's crazy!" Apodaca tells PEOPLE of Chavez's pregnancy. "It's just awesome." Apodaca, 38, is already dad to daughters Angelia, 16, and MaKyla, 13, from a previous relationship, and Chavez, 40, is mom to son Andres, 16, from a previous relationship. Expanding their family is something Apodaca tells PEOPLE the couple has been hoping for. © COURTESY nathan apodaca Nathan Apodaca and His Wife Estela "An addition right now is something that will help bring our family closer together and everything. It's awesome. I like it. I love it," he says. © Provided by People COURTESY nathan...
    14 Cool High-Waisted Jeans Well Be Wearing For the Foreseeable Future NFL picks, predictions for Week 1: Steelers upset Bills; Buccaneers, Rams, Ravens roll in prime time There's about to be a new star on TikTok! © Provided by People COURTESY nathan apodaca Nathan Apodaca and His Wife Estela Nathan "Doggface" Apodaca — whose longboarding video of him drinking Ocean Spray to Fleetwood Mac's "Dreams" went viral last year — and wife Estela Chavez are expecting their first child together, PEOPLE can exclusively reveal. "It's crazy!" Apodaca tells PEOPLE of Chavez's pregnancy. "It's just awesome." Apodaca, 38, is already dad to daughters Angelia, 16, and MaKyla, 13, from a previous relationship, and Chavez, 40, is mom to son Andres, 16, from a previous relationship. Expanding their family is something Apodaca tells PEOPLE the couple has been hoping for. © COURTESY nathan apodaca Nathan Apodaca and His Wife Estela "An addition right now is something that will help bring our family closer together and everything. It's awesome. I like it. I love it," he says. ©...
    IDAHO FALLS, Idaho (AP) — An Idaho man who rode to fame on TikTok after casually singing “Dreams” by Fleetwood Mac and drinking cranberry juice while longboarding will have a symbol of his success on display at the Museum of Idaho. Nathan Apodaca, also known as Doggface, signed a bottle of Ocean Spray cranberry juice for the museum during an event on Tuesday, the Post-Register reported. In exchange, Apodaca and his family received membership cards to the museum. Tom Hayes, the CEO of Ocean Spray Cranberries, Inc., says the bottle will now be on display and become the latest entry in the museum’s archives. “We think of museums as being full of old things, but history is what happened even a moment ago, and we are really trying to celebrate the recent past of our community,” museum curator Carrie Anderson Athay said. Since posting the viral video on social media four months ago, Apodaca was asked to record a video for President Joe Biden’s virtual “Parade Across America” on Inauguration Day and saw the city of Idaho...
    More On: Inauguration 2021 China sanctions two dozen outgoing Trump officials, including Bannon, Pompeo Caught with his mask down: The struggle was real for Bill Clinton at inauguration Lone man seen kneeling at Beau Biden’s grave during inauguration President Biden promises bipartisanship — let’s see if he means it This TikTok sensation has made it into the Inauguration Day parade. Idaho Falls resident Nathan Apodaca — also known by his TikTok handle, @420doggface208 — made headlines in late 2020 for his viral lip-sync performance of Fleetwood Mac’s “Dreams” while skateboarding and hitting an Ocean Spray juice bottle straight. Now, his name is again making the rounds for his inclusion in President Joe Biden’s virtual “Parade Across America,” part of the national protest- and coronavirus-safe digital reimagining of the traditional presidential inauguration. Apodaca has come to be something of a mascot for staying chill amid adversity since the oddly-calming clip of him skateboarding at sunset while sipping juice went massively viral. His video also helped to put “Dreams” back on the charts and got the attention of Mick Fleetwood, the...
    Ocean Spray Thanks to that TikTok video of Nathan Apodaca—aka @420doggface208 (pictured)—skateboarding while drinking Ocean Spray's Cran-Raspberry juice and lip syncing Fleetwood Mac’s “Dreams,” the band is popular with a whole new generation. Need proof? In October, the 1977 song returned to the Billboard Charts at no. 21 with its best streaming and sales week ever. And while most big name bands have postponed their tours as of late, you can still see the next best thing in the form of this “Tusk” tribute named after the Mac’s follow up to its most popular album, Rumours. The best—or most boring—part at Tusk’s Friday night show at the Cap there’ll be no dramatic lineup changes, no Neil Finn, and, hopefully, no pricey cocaine habits. You will, however, see the band’s hit songs performed at a much, much lower price than one can see Stevie Nicks and whoever she allows to be in the band at the moment. Heads up, the venue will take your temperature at the door, require masks and enforce many other COVID-19 protocols. Tusk: A Fleetwood Mac Tribute....
    Remember that viral video of the guy skateboarding down the street to Fleetwood Mac and sipping from a bottle of Ocean Spray Cran-Raspberry juice? The video, which Nathan Apodaca posted on his “420doggface208” TikTok account in September, drew headlines after it led to Fleetwood Mac’s hit “Dreams” and the album “Rumors” topping the Billboard charts decades after they were released, Ocean Spray giving Apodaca a new pickup truck, Apodaca upgrading from an RV to a $320,000 home and even the creation of an official Halloween costume based on his outfit from the video. Believe it or not, that was only the second biggest viral video of the year on TikTok. The social media platform shared rankings of its biggest videos, trends and stars of the year on Wednesday. @420doggface208 Morning vibe #420souljahz #ec #feelinggood #h2o #cloud9 #happyhippie #worldpeace #king #peaceup #merch #tacos #waterislife #high #morning #710 #cloud9 ♬ Dreams (2004 Remaster) - Fleetwood Mac PET OWNER DRILLS HOLES IN FENCE SO 2 DOGS CAN SEE THROUGH Vanessa Pappas, interim head of TikTok, said in a written statement that “the TikTok community helped...
    Bottles of Ocean Spray Diet Blueberry Juice on a store shelf.Roberto Machado Noa | LightRocket | Getty Images Ocean Spray's cranberries are now being used for more than juice and the jellied cranberry sauce to accompany Thanksgiving turkey. The company, under the leadership of CEO Tom Hayes, is now pushing into wellness and functional beverages as it broadens its innovation. "Any brand marketer will know that having the huge benefit of a the brand awareness that Ocean Spray does, the 99% brand awareness, is just the start," Hayes said in an interview with CNBC's Tyler Mathison at the CNBC Evolve Summit on Tuesday. "You have to continue to keep the brand relevant." Concerns about sugar consumption have led the overall juice category to decline in recent years. Instead, consumers have been drinking water, kombucha and other drinks that promise health benefits. For example, in June, Ocean Spray began testing CarryOn in Colorado. The line of CBD sparkling waters was created by the company's innovation incubator, dubbed the Lighthouse. Another line of herbal blended beverages, created under the new brand Atoka, was...
    Kamala Harris VP win marks powerful, emotional moment for African American and South Asian-American women This Map Shows Peoples’ Favorite Thanksgiving Side By State And There’s A Lot Of Love For Mashed Potatoes TikTok star gives Ocean Spray a boost as brand looks to Thanksgiving, and the future 90 year-old Ocean Spray got a big brand boost from a TikTok video that went viral energizing interest in the brand worldwide. The cooperative of 700 farmers in North and South America has been 100% verified by the Sustainable Agricultural Initiative for its regenerative farming practices. The company is developing new brands focusing on wellness and nutrition as consumers concerned about Covid-19 take proactive measures to improve their health. © Provided by CNBC Sometimes a twist of fate can change a company's trajectory or provide the rocket fuel it needs to shift to a new paradigm. Just ask Tom Hayes, the new CEO of Ocean Spray, a 90-year-old agricultural cooperative of some 700 small family farmers throughout North and South America. He found out firsthand how social media...
    DREAMS by popular 1970’s rock band Fleetwood Mac has been trending on social media because of a video posted to TikTok.  The band saw a huge boost in Spotify streams, shooting it back up the charts and currently sitting at number six on the Rolling Stone top 100 popular songs. 9Fleetwood Mac is a popular 1970's rock bandCredit: Getty Images - Getty Why is it trending? The song is trending on social media because of TikTok user @420doggface208 aka Nathan Apodaca, 37. Nathan was on his way to work on the morning of September 25 and his car broke down -- something that was constantly happening to him as his car had passed a 300,000 mile mark. He decided to hop on his longboard, which he kept with him for emergencies to make it on time.  9Nathan Apodaca shared a video of himself on TikTok listening to the song on his way to work Credit: Tik Tok Nathan was getting off an exit on the highway and took out his phone to record the TikTok with the song in the...
    ‘A great win for Russia: Turkey defies NATO to test fire S-400 anti-aircraft weapons On Football: Flames under coaching hot seats intensify Courteney Cox Almost Falls — but Recovers! — Doing Viral #DreamsChallenge on Rollerblades © Provided by People Courteney Cox/Instagram Courteney Cox Courteney Cox is rolling into the weekend with the viral #DreamsChallenge. On Thursday, Cox, 56, shared a clip of herself taking on the popular trend on rollerblades. "Rolling into reels?" she captioned the Instagram post, a video of her gliding around and singing along to "Dreams" by Fleetwood Mac while sipping on what appears to be Ocean Spray cran-raspberry juice through a straw. The Friends star took extra safety precautions with knee, elbow and wrist pads. At one point in the video, Cox almost slips — but gracefully recovered and continued filming. View this post on Instagram A post shared by Courteney Cox (@courteneycoxofficial) on Oct 15, 2020 at 11:26pm PDT RELATED: Courteney Cox Plays Piano While Daughter Coco, 16, Sings Fleetwood Mac's 'Silver Springs' Something for everyone. Disney+, Hulu, and ESPN+ for just $12.99/mo. GET...
    Stevie Nicks sang along to "Dreams" during her TikTok debut on Wednesday. @stevienicks/TikTok Fleetwood Mac songwriter and vocalist Steve Nicks made her TikTok debut on Wednesday by recreating a viral video featuring the band's 1977 hit "Dreams." The original video, which has racked up over 53 million views, features 37-year-old Nathan Apodaca longboarding to the song while drinking from a jug of Ocean Spray Cran-Raspberry juice.  Since Apodaca went viral, TikTok users and celebrities alike have offered their own interpretations of the video. In her first TikTok, Nicks laces up her rollerskates and sings along to "Dreams" — with a jug of Ocean Spray nearby.  Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. On Wednesday, Fleetwood Mac songwriter and vocalist Stevie Nicks made her TikTok debut — just in time to recreate a viral trend featuring the band's 1977 hit.  37-year-old Nathan Apodaca, better known as @420doggface208, captivated TikTok viewers earlier this month with a video of himself longboarding to Fleetwood Mac's "Dreams" while drinking from a jug of Ocean Spray Cran-Raspberry juice. The clip, which Apodaca told Insider...
    A week after Mick Fleetwood joined TikTok, Fleetwood Mac singer Stevie Nicks has followed suit. Hide Nicks likely joined because of the massive (and continuing) virality of Nathan Apodaca‘s “Dreams” TikTok from late September, which now has more than 50 million views. But her reenactment is a little different: She laces up roller skates instead of jumping on a longboard, and sits in front of a grand piano, a bottle of Ocean Spray cranberry juice at her feet. It’s her only TikTok so far, but it has more than 12 million views. Hide @stevienicks Afternoon vibe. Lace ’em up! #Dreams #FleetwoodMac #CranberryDreams @420doggface208 ♬ Dreams (2004 Remaster) – Fleetwood Mac Hide This has all been pretty great for Apodaca—and Ocean Spray. The company gifted him a truck last week, and photos posted to social media show stores allegedly sold out of Ocean Spray cranberry juice, as people continue to recreate the video. It’s also been great for Fleetwood Mac, whose song is now back on the Billboard Hot 100 for the first time since 1977. Hide This...
    (CNN)Stevie Nicks has effectively ended the "Dreams" TikTok challenge.The singer, who has talked about being a technophobe, joined the platform and posted a single, simple video that was all we needed.Stevie Nicks performs in 2012.Here's the back story: A man named Nathan Apodaca went viral after he posted a video of himself on TikTok riding his long board while lip-synching the Fleetwood Mac hit "Dreams" and drinking an Ocean Spray beverage.Fleetwood Mac co-founder Mick Fleetwood heard about it and joined TikTok to have some fun by recreating Apodaca's video.Other people also took up the "challenge" and started posting their own versions.Read MoreThe whole thing got so big that Ocean Spray even gave Apodaca a new truck, since the whole reason he was riding the long board was because his vehicle wasn't working.Enter Nicks, writer and lead singer of the classic song with its memorable chorus, "Thunder only happens when it's raining..."On Tuesday, she hopped on TikTok and posted a video of her, sitting at a piano, putting on roller skates and singing along.Afternoon vibe. Lace em up! #Dreams #FleetwoodMac #CranberryDreams...
    In the midst of a Halloween season defined by socially distant candy “chutes” and skimpy pandemic-inspired costumes, it certainly seems refreshing to imagine a mustachioed trick-or-treater just skateboarding past our homes, sipping Ocean Spray straight from the bottle. Nathan Apodaca — the social media star who recently skated into our hearts while sipping cran-raspberry juice and singing along to Fleetwood Mac’s “Dreams” — is planning to sell a Halloween costume based on himself, complete with a “Steady Vibin’” sweater, a white T-shirt, some shorts, a pair of knee-high socks, a fake mustache and a temporary feather tattoo. "Just add Ocean Spray and/or longboard," reads a caption shared with the product photo. (DoggFaceMerch.com/Gitoni Inc.) The costume will be available for sale at DoggFaceMerch.com by Tuesday afternoon, a representative for Apodaca confirmed to Fox News. Nathan’s preferred beverage — Ocean Spray Cran-Raspberry juice — will not be included, although customers will be provided with links to purchase the drink, and even a longboard, at other websites. FLEETWOOD MAC'S 'DREAMS' REENTERS CHARTS AFTER VIRAL TIKTOK VIDEO BY 'SKATEBOARDER' Apodaca has been riding...
    California issues cease-and-desist to GOP, says unofficial ballot drop boxes are illegal Thrifty Money-Saving Tips That Would Make Grandma Proud Video: Cub Swanson nails the Ocean Spray challenge perfectly © Provided by MMAJunkie Cub Swanson knew exactly what he was doing. The UFC featherweight veteran took to social media to do the viral Ocean Spray challenge, which has dominated the web for the last few weeks. The challenge was born by accident after Nathan Apodaca posted a TikTok video of himself casually riding down a hill on his skateboard while drinking Ocean Spray cranberry juice and jamming to “Dreams” by Fleetwood Mac. The video exploded, going viral and capturing millions of views. Many, now including Swanson (26-11 MMA, 11-7 UFC), have accepted the challenge by recreating the online sensation. Gallery: UFC on ESPN+ 37 post-event facts: Two incredible kicks on one card (SMG) Below is a video of Swanson just living his best life: View this post on Instagram A post shared by Cub Swanson (@cubswanson) on Oct 11, 2020 at 3:24pm PDT The Blue Corner is...
    TikTok star Nathan Apodaca, otherwise known as the “Ocean Spray Guy,” is apparently a Lakers fan. Apodaca remade his signature viral video Sunday night to celebrate the Los Angeles Lakers winning their 17th NBA championship, riding his skateboard while sipping wine and listening to “We Are The Champions” in a Kobe Bryant jersey. In Apodaca’s original video, he skateboards while sipping Ocean Spray straight from the bottle and singing along to “Dreams” by Fleetwood Mac. Ocean Spray gifted Apodaca a new truck that was filled with the juice company’s products after his original video went viral. He reportedly works at a potato warehouse in Idaho and made the initial video because his truck broke down on his way to work.
    Ocean Spray gave away a truck to a man whose TikTok post went viral as he sipped juice and lip-synched to a Fleetwood Mac song while riding a skateboard. Nathan Apodaca, 37, later recreated his original video in his new ride. Representatives from Ocean Spray and a local Nissan dealership surprised Apodaca at his RV in Idaho on Tuesday. In a video posted by Apodaca, he's left speechless upon seeing the red 2020 Nissan Titan PRO-4X with a trunk full of Ocean Spray that he can now call his own. View this post on Instagram Behind the Scenes from my gift from ocean spray today.... love the cranberry red @oceansprayinc A post shared by @Doggface208 (@doggface208) on Oct 6, 2020 at 2:09pm PDT Ocean Spray CEO Tom Hayes said in a statement to CBS News that Apodaca has brought "joy" in a challenging year.  Get Breaking News Delivered to Your Inbox "Once we saw his video, we knew we wanted to gift Nathan with something meaningful to him, and yesterday delivered a cranberry red truck full of Ocean Spray....
    Just a man, his skateboard and a bottle of Ocean Spray. Nathan Apodaca became an overnight sensation after his TikTok video of him riding his skateboard down a highway while drinking Ocean Spray Cran-Raspberry juice and then lip syncing Fleetwood Mac’s “Dreams” went viral. The video was reportedly taken after his car battery died and he had to get to work. PRETTY LITTLE THING'S NEW BODYCON DRESS, WITH ATTACHED FACE MASK, SELLS OUT AFTER ENGLISH MODEL WEARS IT @420doggface208 Morning vibe ##420souljahz ##ec ##feelinggood ##h2o ##cloud9 ##happyhippie ##worldpeace ##king ##peaceup ##merch ##tacos ##waterislife ##high ##morning ##710 ##cloud9 ♬ Dreams (2004 Remaster) - Fleetwood Mac TIKTOK USER MOCKS INFLUENCERS IN HILARIOUS VIDEOS The video, which was posted September 25 and has 26.9 million views, has reportedly earned the 37-year-old man millions of fans on his social media account, as well as prompted a merchandise collection with his face and nickname, Doggface, and $10K in donations from fans via his Venmo, Cash App and PayPal accounts, the Los Angeles Times reported. Nathan Apodaca was gifted a truck, bottles of Ocean Spray...
    (CNN)Ocean Spray is giving back after a TikTok video featuring one of their products exploded online. The video, posted by Nathan Apodaca -- perhaps better known to some as 420doggface208 -- was as simple as it comes: He rides a long board down the road, drinking Ocean Spray, while lip-syncing to Fleetwood Mac's "Dreams."It wasn't fancy, it wasn't crazy, but everyone went wild for the Idaho man's vibe. Even Mick Fleetwood posted his own version of the video as the first post on his TikTok account. But there was a reason Apodaca was on that board -- his car broke down and he had to get to work."My car shuts off from time to time, and it shut off down the highway... I didn't want to wait to flag someone down to get a jump. So I grabbed my juice and grabbed my board," he told CNN on Wednesday. He added that it wasn't necessarily an uncommon experience.Read MoreAside from making him an instant star, the video brought Ocean Spray a tidal wave of free publicity. Now, the juice company's...
    A TikTok user's video showing him skateboarding while drinking a container of cranberry juice as a classic 1970s song plays has gone viral and led to some surprises for the Idaho man.Last month, Nathan "Doggface" Apodaca posted the video to his TikTok account showing him drinking the Ocean Spray Cran-Raspberry juice to the tune of Fleetwood Mac's "Dreams" after his car broke down.The video prompted many impersonations, using #DreamsChallenge, including a police officer in Pasco, Washington. The Cran-Raspberry hits different. #vibes #fleetwoodmac #dreamschallenge pic.twitter.com/9Br6KzBPDu— Pasco Police Dept (@PascoPoliceDept) October 7, 2020Mick Fleetwood even joined TikTok to do his own version of Apodaca's video."Get a tandem bike for 3 and we'll bring the juice..." Fleetwood said.According to Billboard, the 1977 No. 1 hit garnered 8.47 million on-demand streams in the U.S. in the week ending October 1.Ocean Spray became aware of Apodaca's video and thought they could help him out with his car troubles."We loved the skateboard, but thought this set of wheels had a better sound system..." the caption on Ocean Spray's Instagram video read.The company showed up to Apodaca's...
    Bjarke Ingels 450-ton family home is a renovated ferry Collin Morikawa looks to rebound from wake-up call at hometown event Ocean Spray Gives TikTok Star a New Truck Following Viral Fleetwood Mac Cranberry Juice Video Ocean Spray is getting on board with the latest viral TikTok video. © Provided by People Ocean Spray Last month, Nathan Apodaca, who goes by @420doggface208 on TikTok, went viral when he shared a video of himself drinking the brand’s Cran-Raspberry juice while skating to Fleetwood Mac’s “Dreams.” Now, Ocean Spray has taken notice, gifting Apodaca a brand new car and a trunk full of Ocean Spray goods. © Ocean Spray Nathan Apodaca went viral last month for his video featuring Ocean Spray cranberry juice and Fleetwood Mac’s hit song, “Dreams” The gift comes not long after Apocada told TMZ that the idea for the video came about when his car broke down on the way to work one morning. "My car, it just shuts off sometimes," he told the outlet. "The battery, I don't know what it is, just shuts off. I always...
    LAKEVILLE (CBS) — A man whose TikTok video went viral is now getting a new truck from Ocean Spray. Nick Apodaca, who goes by @420doggface208 on the social media platform, rides a skateboard while drinking from a bottle of Cran-Raspberry juice and listening to “Dreams” by Fleetwood Mac. @420doggface208 Morning vibe #420souljahz #ec #feelinggood #h2o #cloud9 #happyhippie #worldpeace #king #peaceup #merch #tacos #waterislife #high #morning #710 #cloud9 ♬ Dreams (2004 Remaster) – Fleetwood Mac The popular video got the attention of 73-year-old band co-founder Mick Fleetwood, who recreated the TikTok and earned millions of views of his own. “Dreams and Cranberry just hits different,” Fleetwood said. On Tuesday, Ocean Spray presented Apodaca with a new pickup truck filled with juice. “We loved the skateboard, but thought this set of wheels had a better sound system,” the Massachusetts company said. View this post on Instagram We loved the skateboard, but thought this set of wheels had a better sound system… Enjoy @doggface208! #dreamschallenge #cranberrydreams A post shared by Ocean Spray (@oceansprayinc) on Oct 6,...
    Now that’s a dream come true. A man who went viral on TikTok for skateboarding to Fleetwood Mac’s song “Dreams” while drinking Ocean Spray cranberry juice was gifted a new truck by the brand. Nathan Apodaca debuted the new wheels on Instagram and TikTok on Tuesday. “Dear Nathan, Good vibes only! Love, Ocean Spray,” a note on the bright red truck reads. The bed of the truck was filled with cases of his favorite drink. In the video, Apodaca skateboards up to a man getting into the truck, fights him out of the driver’s seat, gets in and drives off Apodaca’s original video, which was posted on TikTok on September 25, has racked up 26 million views so far. He now has 2.1 million followers on the video-sharing app. It’s responsible for causing a surge of streams of the 1977 song, returning it to the top 100. Fleetwood Mac is even a fan of his music video: Mick Fleetwood, 73, recreated the clip this week. Apodaca, a self-proclaimed “happy hippie,” who lives in Idaho, has also raked in the cash...
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