Sending Business Christmas Cards Can Be Contagious

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While family and friends were visiting with me over the holidays, my cousin Jean noticed the beautiful Christmas card that I had received from The Gallery Collection which, along with the many holiday cards I received, was displayed on my credenza. When I told her the card was from my employer, she commented on what she felt was a very thoughtful gesture, that an employer would take the time to remember employees and associates, and being the owner of a small company herself, she decided she would like to send business Christmas cards to her associates and employees in the future.

Jean was impressed with the quality and design of the card I received and wanted to know how she could view an assortment of company holiday cards for her associates.  I suggested she log on to The Gallery Collection to view the wide assortment of designs and styles available.

After having thoroughly enjoyed browsing through the large selection of Christmas cards offered, Jean chose Design 585CS – City Snowfall. Chain reaction?  Yes, indeed. She now has her colleagues complementing her on the beautiful card and would like to know how they could order similar cards. Season’s Greetings!

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Janice August 29, 2011 at 1:49 pm

I have my own small business selling gifts and collectibles. I send out Christmas cards every year to customers and associates. I think it works, and I know they appreciate it.

John S. August 30, 2011 at 3:39 pm

It’s funny how many people copy a good idea. Just a few years ago I began receiving christmas cards to my business. I definitely took notice of how nice they all seemed and began sending out cards of my own the next year.

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