Hornitos is making the holidays greener one gift at a time

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Now that all the presents have been unwrapped, the sparkle that once shimmered under the Christmas tree might have lost its luster. Maybe Santa might have gotten his signals mixed. Or, a sibling thought that a joke was funnier in his mind than the reaction on the holiday morning. No matter the reasoning, Hornitos is ready to make the holidays a little greener with its Green Elephant Shop.

The White Elephant party is often a favorite holiday tradition. Those funny gifts produce much laughter, or maybe the cocktails flowing during the event help with the frivolity. No matter the reason, the next day, that pillow of Danny Devito’s face or the fuzzy toilet seat cover might not seem quite as great.

Although the game of White Elephant allows that switch in the moment, there is no solution after the fact. What is a person to do with another candle that smells like a pickle? That is where the Green Elephant Shop comes into the picture.

According to Andrew Eis, Senior Marketing Director, Global Tequila at Beam Suntory, “As a brand rooted in a boundary-pushing mindset, we are pumped to launch this campaign – there’s nothing bolder than replacing useless presents with money, something everyone needs this holiday season. Pushing the envelope even further, TonyTalks truly brings our Green Elephant Shop to life with his spirited and hilarious skit that his followers and our tequila fans can totally relate to, and in turn, possibly make their holidays a little greener with our collaboration.”

The Hornitos Green Elephant Shop is open now through December 30. Fans can upload a photo of their epic holiday gift for the chance to win a $25 gift card. Whether that money is spent on tequila, another gift, or just put towards dinner, it might be better than another pair of slippers. It might only be a chance, but it is better than an unappreciated re-gifting.