We’re super proud to announce that we’re a sculpture partner for the World Wildlife Foundation’s Whale Tales campaign. We saw this as not only a fantastic marketing opportunity but also a chance to support a cause that is close to our hearts.
As a small Auckland-based company we have a deep relationship with our oceans and waterways, as well as a colossal appreciation for the life that calls them home. We were shocked to learn about the damage being done to the Hauraki Gulf, right under our noses, and knew we had to get involved.
We’ve grown up as a generation who are increasingly aware of the importance of taking care of our environment.
The work that WWF does in planning, advocacy and action to protect wildlife and our planet takes guts. We love how ambitious, creative and strong WWF are in tackling the issues they believe in - and so we believe in them!
Whale Tales expresses these ecological concerns with outstanding creativity, the very same foundation Pop That is built on. With a trail of one-hundred sculptures, all designed by local artists and families with the same concerns as us, it was an absolute no-brainer to contribute. We’re unbelievably proud to call ourselves a Whale Tales sponsor, and can’t wait to explore the art trail when it opens in January.
To feed our anticipation, we’ve been keeping an eye on @whaletales2022 on Instagram to see the sculptures come together. We’re already falling in love with the creativity on display - and with months left to go until the event kicks off, it can only get better.
Thanks to your support, we’ve been able to expand our business and contribute to causes we believe in. Ngā mihi, thanks for protecting our oceans!