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The world's largest selection box has been created just in time for Christmas. This colossal collection has been collaboratively created to put some festive cheer to those who need it. Acting as a raffle for the incredible Alder Hey Children’s Charity in Liverpool, the selection box is being raffled at £1 a ticket in hopes of creating some smiles on the faces of the winner and the incredible people the charity supports.

As a company, we have created several Christmas-themed campaigns and hope this year beats our records. The selection box draw finishes on 15th December, meaning the winner has the contents arrive just before Christmas, the perfect present for someone with a sweet tooth!

A quick overview of the selection box

The selection box is a whopping 10ft by 5ft, bagging a total of 100,000 calories combined and weighing in at a whopping 40kg, the selection box is impressive in its looks and in stature and all 109 confectionaries are there for the taking.

This isn’t the first time we have created something mammoth like this, from giant advent calendars and Toblerone’s, to breaking our own record we set in 2020 with our last record-breaking selection box.

Our director Andy Phillips spoke on the creative idea “We like to break the boundaries and being a large format print company, we like to experiment with our creativity, and what perfect way to do so is by creating something unique that can raise money for a charity that does incredible things on a daily basis, so it’s nice to give back and make a difference.”

The selection box is a joint effort by Envision Media and Grafit Display Hire based in Lancashire, Skelmersdale - experts in design, print, installation and displays across all live events, sports, retail, exhibitions and more.

Care to see the selection box for yourself? It is going to be travelling the North West, popping up at popular charity events such as the Santa Dash on the 3rd of December, Aintree’s last race meet on the 9th of December, and a regular stop-off at Alder Hey Hospital next to their giant Christmas tree.