Our cardboard mailer selfie frames are a great way to engage your audience from the comfort of their own homes and showcase your brand message across social media.
This was what Launchpad did with their branded cardboard selfie frames, which were produced to raise awareness of their annual ‘Big Sleep Out’ event, which helps raises money to prevent homelessness in Reading.
‘The Big Sleep Out’ has been running for several years and has raised over £250,000. As with most things in 2020, Launchpad needed to adjust their plans to meet the restrictions in place for Cornovirus, so this year’s event has been rebranded ‘The Big Sleep Out at Home’.
The virtual event doesn’t aim to replicate homelessness but give participants a brief insight into some of the things they might experience when sleeping rough, such as limited sleep in an uncomfortable bed in cold and wet weather.
Hosted on World Homeless Day, there was a packed schedule of live-streamed content and activities.
The cardboard branded selfie frames were machine cut out to shape and creased to A3 so they would easily fit inside the event packs which include a selection of goodies including snacks, launchpad beanie and event programme.
“We were delighted with the cardboard selfie frames, they are a great addition to our packs, helping participants share their involvement, raise money and promote the campaign.”
“The team at Far’n’Beyond looked after us at every stage of the process and we are thrilled with the finished frames.”
Selfie frames provide a fun way of engaging with customers, with photos being shared across social media. Available in a range of sizes, our cardboard selfie frames can be creased and folded, making them a perfect product for mail distribution.
The cardboard frames are printed in full colour on a sustainably sourced rigid card, which is 100% recyclable. Using a custom made cutter, we are then able to cut out the central section and machine crease for a high-quality finish.
We wish everyone at Launchpad the very best for the event and hope the virtual event raises even more money to help the homeless.