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  • Vans sees sales surge thanks to viral video
  • Vans sees sales surge thanks to viral video
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Vans sees sales surge thanks to viral video

“Damn Daniel,” cries Josh Holz in a Twitter post that gained he and Daniel immediate viral fame. “At it again with the white Vans.” The clip's popularity, which went viral in early 2016, left many onlookers scratching their heads. But Vans isn’t complaining, having seen a 30% rise in online sales.

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