The GoodsTube helps hard-hit regional businesses this Christmas with Goodsmas gift hampers
When it comes to gift giving at Christmas, it can sometimes seem like the list is endless. There’s family, friends and corporate chums to think about – plus you might even be in charge of your work’s presents to other businesses. Remove the headaches and give festive corporate gifts with a conscience this year courtesy of gift-hamper company The GoodsTube. The crew is getting into the Christmas spirit by sending much-needed support directly to Australian regions that have been hardest hit by COVID-19 thanks to its Goodmas initiative.
The brainchild of Gold Coast-based creative directors Laura Snell, a Danish importer, and Joe Snell, an Australian architect, The GoodsTube creates unique gift hampers that package up locally made delights inside transportable tubes. This Christmas the business is set to help dozens of regional communities across the country who have been hard-hit by COVID-19 with the launch of Goodsmas. The generous initiative has struck up a partnership with a bunch of struggling businesses from across the nation and will see their delicacies bundled with other homegrown goodies in an effort to spotlight artisan makers.
Ordering a Goodsmas gift hamper is as easy as choosing a region to support and selecting your tube of choice. Soon after you or your recipient will be gifted with a chic cylinder filled with delectables and drinks from the area. Artisans you can expect to find in the tubes include Byron Bay-based treat producers Barefoot Farm, grape-juice slingers Wine Unplugged and chocolate makers Bahen & Co., to name a few. To swap your stocking for a tube this Christmas, head to The GoodsTube website.