Check out the exclusive interview the Editor and Chief of "Gifts & Decorative Accessories" did with our Marketing Director, Wendy Sorquist. 1. When it comes to home décor and gifts, it looks like the “unexpected” is becoming more and more popular. Is this something you are also noticing? How do WOODCHUCK USA products fit well into that trend? WOODCHUCK USA’s product is a natural fit for something new, unique and authentic. When it comes to gifting, we’ve learned a thing or two along the way. Gifts of authenticity will appreciate over time and provide use in everyday life. Our ability to localize or regionalize product adds another layer of cool factor to our gifts, something you can’t find everywhere.
We pulled off a truly EPIC Earth Day celebration in Washington D.C. We traveled all the way from Minnesota to the National Mall to inspire action to promote reforestation and fight climate change on Earth Day. The event highlighted our global initiative to plant 10 million trees by 2021. Thousands of individuals came to celebrate our milestone- of one million already planted - special thanks to all of you in the WOODCHUCK community across the nation who’ve supported our efforts.
Let’s talk custom corporate gifts and incentives! You know, swag for conferences and events, promotional products for trade shows, freebies for clients and employees, sales tools for prospects, you get it. Whatever the occasion, thank your best peeps by giving a corporate gift that doesn’t suck.
"Buy One. Plant One." expands to the 7th continent! Follow along with us this week as we depart by sea to Antarctica on our mission to reforest the planet with world renowned explorer Rob Swan and leaders from across the globe. When our expedition to Antarctica is complete, our once small idea of planting trees for every product sold will have reached all 7 continents!
Woodchuck USA’s mission is to bring nature back to people's lives. We’ve put together a few of our favorite twin-cities locations that are easy enough to get to during all the festivities. Getting sick of all the crowds? Want to evade all the traffic in general? We’ve got you covered.
I wanted to note something pretty specific that happened while I was in Tokyo on a layover. First off, I had a 10-hour layover so I decided to get out of the airport and just go explore. Once again, this event and experience only happened and was able to change me because I just got out and did. I didn’t make excuses and I didn’t have a set plan. When I got into the city, I was drawn to this amazing structure that looked super old and kickass. There was some sort of a park it looked like on the inside with a massive towering tree coming out the middle of it. IT was called Zojoji temple, and it's in the heart of the bustling and busy Tokyo skyscraper scene. This small park surrounded by beautifully architected walls was filled with greenery and a massive attraction it seemed for both locals and foreigners. Right in the front of the courtyard, right through the entrance, there was a massive tree towering over 120’ tall. It was beautiful and one of the main contributors to the peacefulness and greenery of the large courtyard. As I got closer to it, I realized there was a sign that read “General Grant the eighteenth president of the United States planted this Himalayan cedar when he visited Zojoji temple as a national guest in 1879.”