We here at Tree-Free Canada just wanted to say thank you Canada for enthusiastically embracing the Canada Arts Project. We have been flooded with submissions and questions thanks to you sharing on facebook and retweeting our call for Canadian artists.
It fills us with pride to know that Made in Canada does matter and every morning we’re excited to open the emails and see what’s inside.
There is absolutely still time to submit, so please keep the wonderful work coming.
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For Immediate Release:05/17/2017
Tree-Free Greetings Canada
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Tree-Free Greetings Canada announces the Canadian Arts Project
To celebrate Canada’s 150th, the Oshawa based Tree-Free Greeting Cards Canada hopes to launch a new line of designs this fall, exclusively using works by Canadian artisans.
“Tree-Free greeting cards are already proudly printed in Canada but we didn’t want to stop there.” explains Brian Heiler, brand manager for the company “The next logical step is to embrace the incredibly rich arts community we have here and promote it.”
Artists are encouraged to submit works that they feel would make an ideal greeting card or designs they feel express what it is to be Canadian.
Works that are chosen for the line will be paid royalties, credited on the finished cards themselves and promoted in upcoming promotional materials, as well as being available for sale at thousands of retailers across the country in 2018.
Artists looking to submit their portfolios can find more information on our Canada Arts Project page you can also follow the company on twitter @TreeFreeCanada
About Tree-Free Greetings– Tree-Free greetings is a 100% Canadian made greeting card line that is printed on eco friendly materials using vegetable inks. You can find Tree-Free at more than 1,200 participating retail locations across the country. The Tree-Free line is distributed in Canada by MapArt Publishing Corporation (www.mapart.com) and is based in Oshawa, ON.