Christmas 2012: Team PG
January 02 2013 11:38
Category: Latest news
Coming together as one to achieve something amazing
Christmas is a chance for us to send something to our clients to thank them for a great year of collaboration and to look forward to another great year ahead. It's a simple message which embraces the festive spirit but should also make them smile!
With 2012 being such an incredible year of unique events such as the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games and the Diamond Jubilee celebrations we were inspired to bring all of our clients together and keep the team spirit alive.
We created individual team members for each of them (through foldable.me), packaged them up into personalised protective tubes and gave each one a unique activation code.
By activating their code on the specially designed campaign site, they would trigger a donation of stationery to a secondary school in Zimbabwe supported by the Ambuya Foundation, a charity we work with and who we are supporting this year.
The response has been incredible, with so many activations already and so many sets of stationery being packed up for dispatch as we type!
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