The best things come in small packages. That’s according to Simply Crackers, manufacturer of bespoke, branded Christmas crackers, which has unveiled a brand new promotional product for the festive season.

The T-Cracker delivers the perfect festive combination with a mini forest-grown Christmas tree nestled alongside a Christmas cracker filled with miniature decorations.

The 35cm high fir, grown by Fortune Factory BV in Amsterdam, sits alongside an individual cracker – both the box and the cracker can be fully customised with a company’s logos, colours and taglines.

The new product is perfect for brands wanting to offer their customers a festive treat or for companies looking to reward and incentivise their staff over the busy Christmas period.

Geine Pressendo, managing director of Simply Crackers, explained: “The T-Cracker makes the perfect festive addition to a brand or retailer’s product range or can bring a touch of Christmas sparkle to employee’s desks. The perfect Christmas combo of a tree and decorations means the recipient has everything they need to decorate the tree to their own taste – and unveiling the decorations by pulling a cracker adds another element of fun! Crackers are an interactive and unique way to showcase a brand and reward customers or staff, especially over the forthcoming festive season.”

The T-Cracker joins Simply Crackers’ core product offering of promotional crackers, which can be made to a company’s own design and branding requirements and include any gift of their choice. Gifts can include high quality chocolates, jewellery and pens as well as an organisation’s own products such as money off coupons, vouchers, trial size products or branded gifts such as keyrings, USB and magnets. Organisations can tailor the process at every step, working with Simply Crackers from design of artwork through to order details and the final delivery of crackers.

The Leicestershire-based company manufactures all of its products on site and has worked with major international brands including Mulberry, Nickelodeon, Carluccios, Heineken and the BBC.

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