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Say thanks with Unicum! Make your own, personalised gift box for Christmas

The support and appreciation we get from our loved ones is what gives us the strength to face difficulties in our lives day after day as well as sharing the good times. This Christmas, Unicum wants to help you show your gratitude: with a limited-edition unique Unicum gift box  decorated with a photo of you and your loved one.

Family values and  generations working together have been important for Unicum since the very beginning. This is why we choose to work with all upstanding people who hold these values just as dear.

We made family values  the key message of this year’s Christmas campaign as well: now you can be featured on a unique Unicum gift box with a loved one. “Family is what gives us our basic set of values, where we all begin and where we return in the most important moments. This is why we think it’s important to nurture these links every day and to cherish them in a special way during the holidays,” said Izabella Zwack about the Company’s Christmas campaign. “Christmas is especially important for our family, as are the values now at center stage. We are delighted to work with people we can admire,” added Sandor Zwack.

Unicum prepared three clips for this year’s campaign, including one in which Sandor Zwack talks about family and its importance in a way that we’ve never been able to share before. For those interested in finding out more about us and the brand, we suggest visiting the House of Unicum on December 14th and 15th. During opening hours, guests will be able to buy their unique gift box at the Zwack Brand Store – all you need is a photo of you with your loved one on a pen drive. (The unique gift boxes are available in a limited number.)

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1095 Budapest, Dandár utca 1.

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