Let the Unwrapping Begin: Day 5

Swag Watch: See What's Under Ad Age's Tree

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NEW YORK (AdAge.com) -- We're at Day Five of the annual Ad Age Swag Watch, in which we share with all of you what you all have been kind enough to share with us. Some of you have contributed virtual swag, much of which spreads cheer in far-flung parts of the world. Ito Partners made a donation of a goat to Heifer International. CAA Foundation is giving away laptops to children in Nhambita. And Grey London gave our international editor Laurel Wentz a kapok tree located somewhere in the Amazon rainforest, which is pretty fun to decorate. (Tip: Definitely use the fireflies!)

But as for the actual packages, Ad Age-ers are still harassing the mailroom folks and pouncing on any that look like they might contain chocolate or booze, and we've been rewarded for our zeal, especially in the chocolate department. Here's a look at the final batch of gifts. Thank you one and all, and Happy Holidays!

Photography by Hoag Levins

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PBS personalized these red and white M&Ms with its logo, and even sent a bowl to keep them within easy reach.

SutherlandGold Group sent us this chocolate covered apple the size of an orangutan's head. We don't want to know what they did to get the apples to grow that large.

Tremor Media wishes us Happy Holidays with this pie-sized, icing-covered, chocolate chip cookie.

Time Inc. makes a daring candy choice, sending us four bars of Vosges chocolate, flavored with wasabi and curry powder.
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