We don’t have localized TV ads here in Germany, but our Cinema always has local commercials before they run the big company stuff and trailers for other movies.
So there’s this one, and I’m really sorry and disappointed that I can’t provide a video because it’s really good and silly one.
It looks like a 90ies website with Neon colors and Comic Sans text and is about a butchery called Oberhammer who praise their hot vending machine that unlike their store is open 24/7. So basically, warm meat loafs and sausages any time you feel the urge. Praised highly by your typical shouting, overexcited voiceover.
This is silly enough by itself, it gets better when you understand the German name for the thing.
They call it the “Oberhammer Schlemm-O-mat”
(Und die Off-Stimme hämmert einem diesen Namen mit dem Holzhammer ein…)
Sadly it’s impossible to actually convey the effect of it in English, because it’s only hilarious as a bad joke so explaining it would ruin it twofold.
This is very specific to that one cinema -and a butchery that has only three outlets and only in our very county.
To my friends and me the whole reel of the local ads that they will always play has become an anticipated part of the cinematic experience there. There’s also the terribly boring and bland ad for the Regional TV station that nobody watches (literally named “RegioTV”) and the cinemas own "don’t leave your trash on the seats sequence.