Daniel Craig Uses Puppy Power To Explain Aston Martin Contest [Video]

Lori Ennis
by Lori Ennis
Actor Daniel Craig isn’t using his irresistible Bond charm to raise money for the United Nations Mine Action Service. Instead, he’s got a ‘weapon’ even more powerful–the cutest golden retriever puppies EVER!

Well-known actor Daniel Craig is using his incredibly charming Bond power and is teaming up with a California-based online charity platform Omaze to raise funds and awareness for the United Nations Mine Action Service (UNMAS).

Omaze is known for benefiting charitable causes by offering campaigns in which donors can win once-in-a-lifetime experiences, while Craig is an active U.N. Global Advocate. The lucky winner of Craig’s campaign will be presented (by Craig himself!) with a brand new customized Aston Martin, as well as a trip with Craig to a ‘secret’ destination that Craig has chosen.

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What makes this campaign so stinking fabulous is the promo video that Craig stars in. Pulling out all the punches, Craig tells the viewer that it’s difficult to put a number on such an incredible prize package, and so, describing the package’s value in ‘puppies,’ may make more sense.

He then pulls out puppy after puppy, comparing the perks of the campaign to their value in ‘puppy economics.’ Using his famous Double 007 math, by the end of the promo where he tells you that the biggest value of the campaign is the number of lives that UNMAS will be able to save, and that is worth, “All the puppies in the world.”

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It’s clear that Craig is a humanitarian, as in another effort to benefit UNMAS, he walked through a live minefield in Cambodia, but watching him blow raspberries at those adorable puppies near the end of the video will pretty much cement him as the best.Bond.ever and definitive puppy fan for life!

You can check the campaign and it’s other perks out online.

Lori Ennis
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