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Paper and Packaging Board launches animated characters to promote paper-based packaging

US industry body the Paper and Packaging Board (P+PB) has introduced what it calls as its first-ever animated ambassadors to further strengthen the consumer connection established by the campaign over the past three years.

The new industry brand ambassadors are a springboard for inspiring creativity, connection and achievement–qualities consumers around the world appreciate when using paper and paper-based packaging products.

“Paper and packaging products are prevalent in our lives, and it was our goal to create highly-relatable characters to represent the vital roles that paper and packaging play for each and every one of us,” shares Mary Anne Hansan, president of the Paper

and Packaging Board. “We launched the Paper & Packaging – How Life Unfolds® campaign in 2015, and we are thrilled to introduce these new characters to help consumers nationwide recognize and remember the value of paper in their everyday lives.”

The newest iteration of the Paper & Packaging – How Life Unfolds® campaign was created by Milwaukee-based agency, Cramer-Krasselt, to help emphasize the unsung heroes of everyday life with engaging, instantly recognizable characters. “We literally brought paper and packaging to life as animated characters to highlight paper’s timeless power and relevance in our increasingly digital world,” said Todd Stone, group creative director at Cramer-Krasselt. “Through decades of technological innovation, paper remains one of the most effective ways to learn, communicate and share ideas. And nothing keeps the items you care about safe during transit better than corrugated packaging.”

Consumers will meet the new animated characters on TV, in magazines such as US Weekly, Forbes, Delta Sky, ESPN, HGTV Magazine and Parents Magazine, via digital ads on platforms like Hulu, and across more digital and social media channels. To learn more about the 2018 campaign, visit

The characters are presented in photo-realistic scenarios, such as in a library, an orchard, on a graduation stage, and next to an award show podium. The broadcast and digital videos feature paper in a boardroom helping execute a flawless meeting and packaging safely transporting goods from warehouse to your doorstep