Business Christmas Cards to Brighten Up The Season

by Veronica G. on September 30, 2013

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I don’t know about you, but I love the Christmas season. There’s so much to celebrate, so much to anticipate, so much to enjoy. Of course it’s also a very hectic time of year that sometimes gets under our skin, but nonetheless, it is a great time of year. I love the look on my children’s faces as they open up their presents under the tree. I love counting down until the big day with all my employees at work. I love the feeling of making my yearly Christmas donation to our favorite local charity. I also love hearing my customers rave about how perfect, elegant and classy my business Christmas cards are every year. Every year I take pride in picking out a design I know my customers will love even more than the one they loved the year before. It’s a personal goal of mine to keep them in awe with the quality that our company is all about. And for a professional company, we need the best cards out there. The Gallery Collection is all that and more. And for the price they are truly a steal. I usually buy in bulk, so the cards end up being a great deal, especially considering the amazing quality of the cards themselves.

Joyous Wreath Holiday Card

This year, since things are going well for us and business is finally taking off again, we’ve decided to try Thanksgiving cards as well as Christmas cards. I’m sure our customers will be thrilled to receive their Thanksgiving cards in the mail and I’m anxious to hear what they think about them. We chose a lovely elegant design with leaves and gold foil on the front of the cards. Both of these holidays are excellent times to reach out to your customer base and let them know that you appreciate them, and furthermore, care about them and their family enough to extend some wishes and blessings. This is the season of sincerity; don’t leave room for people to speculate that you sincerely don’t care about them.

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Kara O. October 1, 2013 at 12:01 pm

The writer makes a good point about keeping in touch with people who are important to you and how the Christmas season is an especially important time to do that. I like “This is the season of sincerity…” and I’m going to remember that going forward when I write out my company’s Christmas cards.

Erica October 8, 2013 at 10:12 am

I agree with the last poster –“This is the season of sincerity…” rings loud and clear in this entry. The holidays are a great opportunity to show people how much we care about them… Sometimes we can go the entire year without really expressing those sentiments. What better way to do that than with a nice holiday card? Definitely something to keep in mind this holiday season.

Grace Angel October 9, 2013 at 10:53 am

I believe that sending holiday cards is such a wonderful way to show you care. In this day and age, people are sending thoughts and wishes through facebook and other sources, however, it’s just not the same as receiving the card in the mail. There is more thought process in actually sending them and that is what you appreciate.

Diane B. October 10, 2013 at 11:35 am

What I love about business Christmas cards is that they bring pretty artwork into the office. So much of the year is plain and ordinary – when we have Christmas cards to brighten things up at holiday time, it seems like everyone’s spirits lift also.

Danielle K. October 14, 2013 at 1:27 pm

Everyone may expect business Christmas Cards but I have rarely received a Thanksgiving card from a company! I think its a great idea and an obvious way to get ahead of the holiday rush by reminding customers about your business before Christmas officially hits!

Amy November 20, 2013 at 3:08 pm

I totally agree with Danielle, its defintely a way to stand out from everyone else.

Debra November 21, 2013 at 2:45 pm

By sending Thanksgiving cards you extend the season from Nov until the New Year. Makes the holidays last longer. Just look at the retail stores. They start selling Christmas items right after Halloween. Pretty soon we will find some way to celebrate Christmas from, say July, until January. lol

Kristy November 22, 2013 at 7:51 pm

It is a shame that we lose touch with people until the holidays. We should more reasons to send cards. While Christmas is a close second, Halloween has always been my favorite holiday and it would be great if people sent out cards for this as well.

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