Business Thanksgiving Cards…The “Write” Way to Say Thanks

by Henry L. on November 13, 2007

Thanksgiving is the time of year that is traditionally known for giving thanks. Why not use this holiday as an opportunity to express your gratitude to your customers and clients by sending Corporate Thanksgiving Cards. Sending Thanksgiving cards to your business associates as a message of your goodwill and appreciation for their valued business is the perfect opportunity to convey the sentiment of the Thanksgiving season.

Sending business Thanksgiving cards also helps to minimize some of the frantic “festivities” of the season. Thanksgiving usually represents the start of the holiday season. Black Friday, the day after the holiday, is the biggest shopping day of the year. For me, the day after Thanksgiving signifies the start of the “race”…decorations need to be hung, presents need to be wrapped, and personalized Christmas cards need to be sent. To help eliminate some of the mad holiday rush, I have adopted a tradition of sending Thanksgiving cards both to my personal acquaintances as well as to my business associates. This practice has helped to alleviate some of the season’s stress by completing this task well before the season starts.

Sending Business Thanksgiving Cards also gets your wishes of gratitude and goodwill out there before all the other holiday cards start to arrive. Thanksgiving cards, sent out before the crowd, will make a lasting impression in the minds of your business associates.

Additionally, by sending business Thanksgiving cards you don’t have to worry about who celebrates what and if your message is appropriate. I used to spend a lot of time and effort to make sure that my holiday card was suitable for everyone. With Thanksgiving, this isn’t even a consideration – everyone celebrates Thanksgiving!

As the holidays approach, consider the “write” way to say thanks and send Thanksgiving cards as a way to extend your message of appreciation to your clients and customers.

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