Mammoth Media, Hawkes Bay’s largest locally owned print and sign provider, has launched their 3-month promotion ‘You Print, we’ll Plant’.
Recognising the need for industry and business across the board to show leadership in sustainability, Mammoth are showcasing their range of 100% recycled paper and board for the duration of the campaign, aiming to donate more than 1,000 native plants to Biodiversity Hawke’s Bay for projects under their supervision.
‘Celebrating our partnership with Biodiversity Hawke’s Bay, we want to give the local business community an opportunity to be involved’ explains owner Regan Molloy, “This promotion is easy to engage with for our partners, and effectively all they need to do is have their print projects completed with us using our 100% recycled paper, and we’ll donate a native tree each time for planting.”
“Through a better future for indigenous biodiversity, we create a sustainable future for Hawke’s Bay. Having corporate sponsors partner with us, we will create a sustainable future for the region “, says Biodiversity Hawke’s Bay’s Corporate Investor Manager, Sam Jackman. “Business is good for Biodiversity and Biodiversity is good for Hawke’s Bay. This innovative type of promotion challenges other companies like Mammoth Media to work with us for the betterment of a sustainable future and for the whole community”, he added.
Mammoth Media were one of the first local businesses to commit themselves to the Corporate Investor programme with Biodiversity Hawke’s Bay as a Bronze Sponsor for a period of five years.
They are a locally owned provider of print and signage solutions based in Onekawa, Napier, with a talented in-house team of design and production professionals and pride themselves on being the ‘Best in the Bay’ with a sustainable approach to all their businesses activities.
Photo: Biodiversity Hawke’s Bay Corporate Investor Manager Sam Jackman and Chairman Charles Daugherty with Mammoth Media Managing Director, Regan Molloy.
Posted: 11 May 2019