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Behind the latest Vine Video

So we decided a great way to celebrate the start of the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow this year would be to do a Vine video, we racked our brains on what to do and had a poke about the warehouse to see what we could use.


Coloured coat hooks, benches and castors galore….what could we turn that into? SNAIL RACING of course, so we story boarded everything out.

And then we got to the fun bit! Setting it all up!

Creating the finish line for the race!


Setting up the crowd for the scene which is about to be filmed.

The snails are ready to go! (they are made from powder coated coat hooks and castor wheels)

The finish line scene is set up and ready for action.

The final scene in progress.

And below you can see the Vine in all its glory! we hope you enjoy.

If you want to know what products we used in more detail we have them listed below!

White Nylon Castors                                                                                     Cushion Tyre Wheels w/ steel centres


budget basic bench                                                                                               wire/steel spigots

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