5 Recommended Greetings For Business Holiday Cards

When sending holiday cards for a business, the rules change slightly from when sending personal holiday cards. You might want to be sure you select a holiday card and greeting that reflects a broader range of your clientele. To keep it safe, I would suggest you select a holiday card and greeting wishing everyone Happy Holidays or Season’s Greetings. These greetings will be neutral and inoffensive. In the end, the goal is to extend a heartwarming gesture in the spirit of the season and avoid sending anything divisive.

Please take a look at my top 5 recommended greetings below:

  1. One of the real joys of the Holiday Season is the opportunity to say Thank You and to wish you the very best for the New Year
  2. During the Holiday Season more than ever, our thoughts turn gratefully to those who have made our progress possible. And in the spirit we say, simply but sincerely Thank You and Best Wishes for the Holiday Season and a Happy New Year!
  3. Best Wishes for Peace and Joy this Holiday Season and a New Year of Health, Happiness and Prosperity
  4. Our entire organization joins in sending HOLIDAY GREETINGS with every good wish for the New Year!
  5. Our Sincerest Thanks and Warmest Wishes for the Holiday Season and throughout the New year

33 thoughts on “5 Recommended Greetings For Business Holiday Cards”

  1. Including Thanks with the greeting shows your appreciation for the business relationship you have with your client. I wouldn’t be offended if I received a card with that greeting.

  2. My choices are 4 and 5. They cover the spirit of the season and appreciation without offending any religion.

  3. I really like #1 because it’s a thank you for your business, it’s a holiday wish and it extends the wish to the New Year. Perfect!

  4. I know it’s not a contest but for our business #5 says it all. It shows we appreciate our customers, especially at the holidays.

  5. In greeting #1 I’m glad to see the word Joy. So much of the holiday seems to have turned into obligation. Let’s keep the Joy in it.

  6. Your greeting #5 is a good all around saying for any business sending out Christmas cards. It’s sincere and doesn’t mention any particular religious holiday.

  7. My husband and I send out Christmas cards and Season’s Greetings cards ffrom his business. He knows his clients well and knows who celebrates Christmas.

  8. It’s a decision every year, greeting 4 or 5. We think they both are perfect for the business cards we send out every year.

  9. Happy Holidays and Season’s Greetings are very safe for business cards. We like your greetings in Spanish too.

  10. I know some people are offended with religious sayings so I think your business greetings are perfect. My choice is #4 since maybe we can’t invite our customers to an office party this year.

  11. You hit the mark with 5. It says everything you want to say to the customer who has given you business this past year – a thank you and holiday wishes plus thoughts for the new year.

  12. Definitely if you are sending cards to your customers number 5 makes a lot of sense. Thanks plus good wishes are always appreciated.

  13. No. 1 is good for business. It stays away from religion. You don’t want to accidentally insult anyone.

  14. All five samples are fine for business greetings for the holidays. Good wishes and thanks go together to start a new year.

  15. I’m glad you have a few greetings in Spanish. The numbers of minority owned businesses are increasing, so thank you.

  16. If you need a non-offensive greeting I think the first one on the list is a good choice. No mention of religion, shows appreciation for the customers and mentions the new year we all are thinking about.

  17. I like the greeting from the entire organization. It wouldn’t work for our dental office but for a large company it would be perfect.

  18. Our business still says Merry Christmas in our cards each year. Maybe we should consider changing the greeting to be more inclusive.

  19. Do people take the time to read a business Holiday card? I always read the entire greeting to get an idea for what I’m going to say next year.

  20. In such an uncertain year for many businesses I like to think that the wish for prosperity is a good choice.

  21. Thanks and warm wishes in number five are all you need to make a Holiday card a sincere business card. Very down to earth. I would appreciate getting a card for my office with that greeting.

  22. I think it’s hard to please everyone. #4 is pretty good because it mentions the holidays and the new year, a very good combination.

  23. A greeting that doesn’t mention Christmas specifically is best for business. If it says holiday or season it is safe to send and not offend.

  24. We’ve switched our Christmas cards to New Year’s cards and find that the sentiment is always upbeat. It’s a cause to celebrate.

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