A Little Comfort from Boxed Sympathy Cards

by Henry L. on April 16, 2012

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It is always unexpected to lose a loved one; to receive that dreaded telephone call that someone special in your life has passed on. No one is ever quite prepared for it, especially when the person who has lost someone is either a colleague or superior at work. It is often difficult to formulate what to say to them. But with boxed sympathy cards you can tastefully let the grieving know that everyone from the company is still there for him or her. Sometimes, that little comfort makes all the difference.

Business should always keep sympathy cards on hand. Instead of spending time running to the store as soon as you hear the news, an awaiting stack of cards can save time and be deployed quickly to the grieving employee. Sympathy cards give the employee something to hold on to…to read over and over for comfort. The Gallery Collection’s line of business sympathy cards are simple and elegant; the image on the front of each design is soft enough to match your words on the inside.

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Jamie April 17, 2012 at 8:19 am

This is a great idea, I always have an assortment of cards on hand. Its makes things alot easier, especially when you don’t have time to run out to a store on a whim.

Lassiter May 16, 2012 at 2:12 pm

What’s a business sympathy card? Sounds like something you’d send a company owner after his business goes belly up.
I had to check out the cards in the box to see if “business sympathy cards” made any sense. What I found were beautiful sympathy card designs with simple and direct sentiments. I still don’t know what a “business sympathy card” is but I do know that I would use any of the cards in that box as a means to express my condolences.

Lassiter May 16, 2012 at 2:12 pm

What’s a business sympathy card? Sounds like something you’d send a company owner after his business goes belly up.
I had to check out the cards in the box to see if “business sympathy cards” made any sense. What I found were beautiful sympathy card designs with simple and direct sentiments. I still don’t know what a “business sympathy card” is but I do know that I would use any of the cards in that box as a means to express my condolences.

Michelle Z. August 28, 2012 at 3:41 pm

Once we discovered these great assortment boxes, we started keeping a box a sympathy cards, birthday cards, and thank you cards on hand. We reorder when we are running low. It is great to be prepared for anything that comes our way, even for the unpredictable events like the loss of a loved one.

Joey T August 28, 2012 at 4:52 pm

I agree! You have to have some extra cards on hand. Much more convenient that way. It’s less expensive too as opposed to buying cards individually. Thanks bloggers.

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