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This promotional product is often printed like a Christmas tree and is used as a company Christmas card. It is alos used for general advertising, marketing and promotional use and this particular pop-up was made in the UK by Whitney Woods.
1 Sep 2008
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Here's a good idea for a company Christmas Card - one with a pop-up gift box. The card has been designed using cardboard engineering technology to create a pop-up cube in the centrefold. This can easily be designed as a Christmas gift box. This current example was used in a direct marketing campaign and was produced in the UK by Whitney Woods.
18 Feb 2011
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This pop-up house makes a great alternative to a company Christmas card. This example was made in the Uk for a Christmas promotion by Whitney Woods.
4 Sep 2008
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This promotional Christmas Cracker has a pop-up action that is ideal for a Christmas promotion. It comes compressed in its own custom-printed mailing envelope but when the mailer is opened the cracker bursts out to full size. It is made in the UK by Whitney Woods.
1 Sep 2008
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Cardboard engineering technology has been used to create this Christmas pen holder with automatic pop-up action. It was used in a seasonal direct marketing campaign and was made in the UK by Whitney Woods.
1 Sep 2008
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It may seem a little premature to be thinking about Christmas, but with temperatures beginning to drop, our thoughts turn towards the festive season. For many, these contemplations include charitable acts like offering to help serve Christmas dinner to homeless men and women or supporting an initiative which gives rough sleepers a roof over their heads throughout the Christmas period. With temperatures dropping as low as −15.6C last winter, more people than ever sought shelter from the cold during that period. These refuges provided a vital lifeline for vulnerable people who are without a home. But what happens when the tinsel comes down and Christmas lights are put away for another year? To view Multimedia News Release, go to *******www.multivu****/mnr/62437-crash-no-christmas-card-appeal-2013
2 Oct 2013
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This is a great alternative to a boring old company Christmas card and it also makes a great invitation to a Christmas event. The product comes flat in its own cardboard mailing envelope and when the mailer is opened out jumps a fully-formed promotional Christmas Decoration. The product is often supplied with the addition of a silver loop so that it can be hung. This example was made in the UK by Whitney Woods
30 Aug 2008
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