Save on Holiday Cards by Ordering Online This Season

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For the last few years, I’ve been in charge of purchasing our holiday cards.  Because of budget, I had to shop around for the best pricing. This meant that I would have to call several companies to get quotes. Once presented to my superiors, they would usually go with the lowest price. Unfortunately, the best pricing doesn’t always mean the best quality. We have been burnt more than once. Cheap looking cards do not represent our company the way we want to be seen.

I convinced my bosses that I could save on holiday cards this season by ordering online! However, not before I did some research. As I sat at my computer and typed in Holiday Cards, one of the first companies to come up is The Gallery Collection. As I was clicking through the site, I saw a vast array of beautiful business holiday cards. There were so many to choose from. Wow! The prices were very good, and they even had Christmas Cards on sale at half and even 55% off. However, I was still hesitant. As I said before, we have been burnt in the past. As I was looking through the site, I noticed that I could order samples. So after checking on the pricing, I did just that.

I received the requested samples in no time. I wasn’t disappointed. The cards were beautiful. With pricing and samples in hand, I presented the information to the powers that be. They were quite impressed and gave me the OK to purchase. That was easy. What wasn’t so easy was choosing the final design choice. Once that decision was made, I went back online and placed the order. The process couldn’t have been easier. The cards arrived in less than two weeks and the finished product was impressive.

For the future, I will not be calling several places for quotes. I already know I can save money and time by going straight to The Gallery Collection!

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Mavin November 7, 2019 at 3:30 pm

I would definitely agree!

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