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Välkommen Till IKEA Uppsala.
IKEA Canada has 11 stores which are visited by over 21 million people every year. Founded in 1943, IKEA's business philosophy is to offer a wide range of products of good design and function at prices so low, the majority of people can afford them.
IrishWiley chose 5 stranger to live in Ikea...we probably should have told Ikea
28 Nov 2006
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CHECK this OUT! a glass cup bought from IKEA can break bricks even cut bricks into pieces!!!
7 Dec 2006
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IKEA is awarding a $5,000 shopping spree, and looking for interesting, engaging, real people who love IKEA.
13 Feb 2007
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Amon Amarth with their new hit single - Ikea!!!
18 Mar 2007
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No daughter really likes to listen to their mother go one an one about...well...anything. In fact, most wish their moms would never talk to them at all, which is why this teen couldn't take it any longer and told her mom to shut up about her new IKEA stuff or she'd shave off all her hair. It's funny how moms always get the last word. Commercial For Canada Only.
15 Jun 2007
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Beatboxing and singing Roomies pop out from everywhere in this room. Funny viral for IKEA www.roommateliving****
4 Jul 2007
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IKEA Commercial
17 Jul 2007
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Selling IKEA Coffee Table. Contact me if your interested and in the L.A area. Must be willing to pick up.
21 Aug 2007
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Mark Malkoff tricks Lisa Loeb into playing at IKEA in order to win his wife back. Please Visit www.MarkLivesInIkea**** Written and Directed by: Sean Cunningham & Marc Dworkin Executive Producer: Ian Karr Producer: Byron Stankus Camera: Adam Putnam-Thomas, Eugene Lehnert & Turnwall Editor: Chris Pecorarro
24 Jan 2008
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Ikea - Le Brief
30 Apr 2008
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Commercials which I directed for Ikea Russia
11 Sep 2009
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AlbaniaÖ where a generation of school children has been growing up without books or encouragement to read. Public libraries were re-purposed and school budgets slashed in the transition from communism. While at home, most families are too poor to buy their own books so children have had little, often nothing, to read. But the situation is changingÖ UNICEF and partners have committed to opening a library in 850 schools here and to re-igniting the once strong culture of reading. IKEA, UNICEFís largest corporate donor is a key partner in the Albania Reads project. Last year, the global furniture retailer gave 10.5 million dollars to UNICEF, with schemes like this annual soft-toy campaign raising money to help improve childrenís lives. For just 1 million dollars, Albania Reads will reach more than 200 thousand children. Marginalised youth are being employed to build new bookshelves and to help with distribution. Books have been donated from publishing houses. Teacher training and new governmental policies are promoting the benefits of reading.
17 Mar 2008
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