How the network sent a green message to partners & affiliates with corporate holiday gifts

{case study} FOX International

When the time came for the staff at FOX International Channel to give a corporate gift to partners and affiliates, they wanted to include something extra that would add value instead of waste.


  • Include a bonus gift that would add value instead of waste
  • Promote the company’s green values

Read more about how FOX sent a green message to partners & affiliates with seed paper gift tags that grow flowers!

Strategy and Execution:

With a green theme in mind, they decided to use Seed Paper Tags from Botanical PaperWorks to accompany each gift. Because these seed paper holiday promotions are made with biodegradable paper and are embedded with NON-GMO seeds, recipients can plant the tags to grow a garden of wildflowers while leaving absolutely no waste behind. They distributed the seed paper tags to a select group of about 200 people during the Christmas season.


Recipients were more than happy to receive them and the company successfully presented a green company image to partners and staff.

“It’s green and it creates something. It’s not something you would just throw away.” – FOX

A perfect holiday packaging option, these eco-friendly Seed Paper Holiday Tags are a great way to make Christmas gifts extra special while branding your business. Available in a variety of styles and sizes like a circle, square and more, these products are completely customizable so you can make sure your design represents your business in the best possible way for the holidays.

Plantable business cards, bookmarks and more eco-friendly pieces to help your business grow.

Created with biodegradable materials, seed paper is embedded with NON-GMO seeds that grow wildflowers, herbs, or vegetables when planted in a pot or garden. Learn more about how you can incorporate this special, eco-friendly paper into your next corporate promotion by subscribing to our newsletter and download our full Seed Paper Promotions Catalog.


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