Founded in 1869, Sainsbury’s, an England-based company, put together a slightly different Christmas commercial in December.
This time, they took a step back into the time when the company was founded, presenting a story of a boy named Nicholas in a clip.
On the occasion of its 150th anniversary, Sainsbury’s presented a story of an orphan named Nicholas when he was wrongly accused of stealing an orange in a village. As a result of the allegations, the boy was banished from the village into a blizzard but was later rescued by Mary Ann Sainsbury in the wilderness.
Mary Ann gave him a bag of oranges and encouraged him to do good acts on Christmas!
The video is already a hit online, breaking many records – to date, over 6.2 million viewers have watched Sainsbury’s Christmas adverts on the Youtube network alone. Will the moving ad touch you too?