Business Thanksgiving Cards – The New Trend In Holiday Cards

Our business received several nice quality business Thanksgiving cards to kick off this holiday season, many proudly displaying the sending companies’ logos. I glanced at the back of the card with the nicest design and it happened to be from The Gallery Collection. I was intrigued as to the cost, so I visited their website and was surprised to find very reasonable prices. Each card costs less than a cup of coffee, and I was pleased to learn how inexpensive it is to have the company logo included.

I think it’s a good idea to send business holiday cards, but its genius to send company Thanksgiving cards! This year more than ever companies need to “giving thanks” to their customers for their continued business! It is important to thank our customers and clients and what better way than with nice quality Thanksgiving cards. Plus, business holiday cards seem to make a bigger impression when you send them around Thanksgiving just because you don’t get as many in November as you do in December. It’s like getting a jump on the competition. In my opinion your customers are more likely to remember your company name if you send them Thanksgiving cards ahead of the many other cards they will receive in the next month for the holiday season.

12 thoughts on “Business Thanksgiving Cards – The New Trend In Holiday Cards”

  1. I agree! While Christmas/Chanukah cards are certainly appreciated, receiving a Thanksgiving card would be unexpected and a wonderful surprise. It’s never a bad idea to express how thankful your are for your customers or business associates.

  2. Very smart business move. Beat the rush of Christmas cards. Sure way to stand out from all of the other businesses that will be sending christmas cards. It’s nice to hear that companies still send actual cards instead of the computerized ones.

  3. I always send Thanksgiving cards to my clients as opposed to Christmas and they’ve always been well received. Not only is it a smart business move but it is a genuine way to thank them for their support during difficult economic times.

  4. Everyone celebrates Thanksgiving but not everyone celebrates Christmas or Chanukah so sending Thanksgiving cards solves this dilemna. There’s absolutely no one -except maybe Native Americans – who would have a probelm sending or receiving Thanksgiving cards. Well maybe atheists. But they don’t count.

  5. If you think about it, Thanksgiving should be the time to send out cards to clients, such as a Thank you card, to show them our appreciation for their businesses.

  6. I totally agree. And you don;t have to worry about offending anyone’s religious affinity. I think it’s more appropriate to thank business associates during Thanksgiving than piggybacking on the holidays to show gratitude.

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