Sending Holiday Cards in general is a smart business move – reminding your customers and associates of your very existence as well as your appreciation of the relationship you share.
Starting off the Holidays by sending Thanksgiving Cards early in the season is an excellent way to be a step ahead of everyone else. It affords you the opportunity to show your “Thanks” for their business as well as sending your “Best Wishes” for the upcoming season and the year ahead.
Let them know that you are thinking of them and that you value their business. You can do it with a traditional, festive design or a more casual, light hearted selection. Send your message by adding a thoughtful, formal greeting or writing a custom one expressing your gratitude.
Even when you intend to send corporate Holiday Cards a bit later in the season to most of your clients and friends, Thanksgiving Cards can be sent to those who may not celebrate religious holidays.
We have been celebrating Thanksgiving for almost four hundred years. It reminds us that we all have much to be grateful for & lets others know that they have an importance in our lives – both business and personal. Sending cards at this time of year is a warm and thoughtful way of sharing our appreciation.
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RECEIVING A THANKSGIVING CARD CAN BE A SURPRISINGLY JOYFUL EVENT. SINCE FEWER PEOPLE SEND THESE CARDS INSTEAD OF CHRISTMAS/HOLIDAY GREETINGS, IT CAN REALLY MAKE AN IMPRESSION. GALLERY COLLECTION HAS SUCH LOVELY THANKSGIVING CARDS AND SENTIMENTS TO SHARE WITH FAMILY, FRIENDS OR BUSINESS CONTACTS.
Great idea, especially for new business.
I’ve often said that Thanksgiving is really my favorite holiday. I have spent it with near and extended family, as well as friends and housemates. It’s the ultimate American holiday. Why not wish everyone well with beautiful cards?
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Yes! Love Thanksgiving
If your company hasn’t started sending Thanksgiving cards, ya’ll are behind in business. This has saved us the stress of scrambling during the Winter holidays when much of our staff is taking family vacations.