Why should my Business send Holiday Cards?

Sending Holiday cards to your customer, vendors and employees is a necessary for any business.  The extra expense of these tokens of gratitude will prove worthwhile in the end.  It is an advertising method that has been around for years with proven success.

Your customers and clients will appreciate that you are thinking of them during the holidays.  It is a show of appreciate for their business and will inspire them to continue working with you in the future.  Holiday cards show to your customers that their business is valued. 

Vendors that you deal with daily or monthly basis will also see that they are on your mind when they receive their holiday cards.  This could result in better discounts on future orders or maybe other perks such as free samples.

As for your personnel, any employee acknowledgement always leads to a more successful company.  Happy employees make for a better bottom-line.  The holiday season is the perfect time to thank them for all their hard work and effort.  I suggest you mail these cards to their households.  Getting a sign of gratitude such a holiday card mailed to their home will truly make them feel special.

Holiday greeting cards will result in only positive feedback from all of your recipients.

16 thoughts on “Why should my Business send Holiday Cards?”

  1. The cards are such a nice subtle way to advertise. We have definitely gotten lots of nice praise from our customers from them.

  2. I was really surprised the amount of great feedback we got from our customers when we sent our cards for the first time last year. So many people mentioned them to us.

  3. I mainly work from home and I need this opportunity to connect with my customers on a personal level. I’m not trying to sell them something, I’m just wishing them a happy holiday season.

  4. My husband and I don’t want to get involved with religion so we like to send Happy New Year cards to our clients. They’re calendars actually so you can use them all year instead of tossing them out.

  5. Even when my son was a paperboy 20 years ago he gave all his customers a Christmas card tucked into the newspaper. That’s good business no matter how small your business is.

  6. It’s important to maintain contact with clients, especially when I’m not soliciting business. A thank you at holiday time is a great way to do that.

  7. All the people who order a baby blanket that I knit for them are dear to me. I send them all real Christmas cards, not just quickie emails. Holiday emails are so tacky.

  8. Your business should send Holiday cards because it’s a nice way to keep in touch with your customers or clients without it looking like you’re asking for more business from them.

  9. Business to business – holiday cards are always a good thing to send. Maybe you moved, so keep in touch with your new address and with some good cheer.

  10. A big family holiday is Thanksgiving but as a business you can make a great impression with a Thanksgiving card to your customers. We are truly thankful for our loyal customers.

  11. Frankly I think it is good business to remember your clients for the holidays. We send a discount coupon for dinner at our restaurant with our Happy New Year cards hoping for repeat business.

  12. It doesn’t seem like such a hard sell when you combine good wishes with a little reminder of your business. Good wishes equal good will.

  13. If you stay in touch at certain holidays I think you’ll be remembered through the year when businesses are looking for your product or service.

  14. When a holiday arrives it’s so nice to hear from business contacts who are sending good wishes instead of asking you to buy something.

  15. A holiday card is almost like a thank you for your business statement. It shows you appreciate the customer.

  16. Absolutely, it’s so important to send cards if you want to keep your customers thinking of you.

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