Corporate Holiday Cards Equal Smart Business Sense

by Henry L. on August 9, 2012

What says “I love your business” like receiving Corporate holiday cards?  I am not sure if some companies realize how important it is to send their customers Christmas cards. As a customer it so nice to be recognized with a note of holiday cheer. It feels great to be acknowledged and appreciated.

A few companies were really using their heads when they made their decisions on what to send; they chose Calendar cards. These cards not only include the customary holiday wishes, but address and phone number of the business as well!  Last year, after the holiday season ended, I put all these special cards in my kitchen drawer. As the year progressed, there was no doubt about which companies I would give my repeat business to, as I had their information right at my fingertips!

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{ 4 comments… read them below or add one }

KJR100 August 15, 2012 at 6:36 pm

I agree. All companies should send holiday cards. Employees, customers and vendors do appreciate when they receive a holiday card. The networking of it is very important. They would probably notice if they are not receiving them.

Trish August 16, 2012 at 1:37 pm

I enjoy receiving Christmas cards from companies that I have used during the year. It is more personal than an email and is definitely a smart way to keep business.

Claire August 29, 2012 at 4:31 pm

The nice thing about using the calendar card is that if I have an appointment with that company or medical practice, I can circle the date right on the card and hang it where I won’t forget it. It’s also a handy way to keep track of how many times I needed someone’s services.

Dana K. August 30, 2012 at 4:23 pm

My favorite are the calendar cards. I get one from my doctor’s office every year, and I hang it on my fridge. It is convenient to have their number and address easily accessible whenever I need it. Businesses should think of it as instant advertising.

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