Business Christmas Cards Give Holiday Thanks

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What joy it brings when we see sparkling lights and bright faces, people with bags and packages scurrying everywhere and the feeling of holiday cheer is in the very air you breathe. Tis’ the season for goodwill toward all and it is as easy as using business Christmas cards to say Thank you to spread that goodwill to your customers and clients.

Whether your customer is a once a year or once a week customer; they want to be given good customer service and they want to know that their business is appreciated. With that in mind, why not give them great customer service? To take the time to go the extra mile will earn you points in the “I will return to business again” column. Although, it certainly is not a new practice to send business Christmas cards, and it is almost expected, saying thank you in that same card will just add a fabulous closing to your business year. Your customers will experience the feeling of goodwill you are sending and look favorably when they have need of your product or services again. Just knowing that you appreciate their continued patronage will realize an immeasurable benefit to your company. Really, everybody can use as much goodwill as they can get if their business is to flourish in today’s market.

In the impersonal computer age it goes a long way when we take a more personal approach to our customers. The human touch is so much more welcome for having become such an infrequent occurrence and you will be heads above your competitors by providing that touch. Taking the time to let your customers know that you are aware of how much they have contributed to your success is an easy step. Sit down and send corporate holiday cards and you have taken a huge step towards great customer service.

{ 5 comments… read them below or add one }

Michael W June 29, 2012 at 11:22 am

I agree, the only business I would remember is the one who gave quality service and sent a business Christmas card, that personal touch says a lot.

Adam G. July 2, 2012 at 10:23 am

I think great customer service should come first in any business. That is most important. You can then follow with the finer touches like personal Christmas Cards…those are the icing on the cake.

Adam July 12, 2012 at 12:48 pm

The first thing i look for in a business is customer service. You might have the best steak around but if the wait staff isnt up to par then im going elsewhere. Same can be said for any type of business.

Horatio R. September 10, 2012 at 2:18 pm

There’s nothing like the “old fashioned” card to bring a smile to one’s face. Not only will customers be smiling when they receive a personal business Christmas Card but they will also be happily reminded of the thoughtfulness afforded them that will not go unrewarded. It’s a good idea to send these cards to your customers.

Karen T September 27, 2012 at 4:02 pm

I get a lot of Christmas/Holiday cards from my vendors and other companies I do business with and I am always happy with the holiday wishes they send. But the ones I like best and will remember most are the ones that say Thank you for your business in addition to the well wishes. When I send my customers holiday cards I always remember to thank them for their business. Maybe that is why they keep doing business with me.

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