Holiday Cheer: Real Interactive

Deciding to forgo the standard mass mail out of holiday cards (does your desk really need any more clutter?), Real Interactive got a little personal with its clients this year. The Toronto-based full-service digital agency, a division of 6degrees, sent customized digital cards to all of its clients to make the festive season that much […]


Deciding to forgo the standard mass mail out of holiday cards (does your desk really need any more clutter?), Real Interactive got a little personal with its clients this year.

The Toronto-based full-service digital agency, a division of 6degrees, sent customized digital cards to all of its clients to make the festive season that much warmer. The e-card allows the recipient to virtually knit their own holiday sweater that incorporates their company name and sweater style of choice.

Check out a sampling of the cards here. In keeping with the holiday spirit, the agency has also donated to Camp Kirk, a camp for kids with learning disabilities, and World Vision Canada on behalf of its clients.

If you’d like us to share your party pics, Christmas videos or other holiday projects, e-mail our team.

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