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Company Christmas Cards.

For many years, we have sent a company Christmas card to all of our current maintenance and previous long standing landscaping customers. Having recently ordered ours for this year, I was wondering who else carries on with this tradition.

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  • PRO

    First few years we emailed a card we designed. Last year I send a charity email and made a donation equivalent to the postal/card costs saved.

  • PRO

    I've just taken delivery of 75 logo'd & pre-printed Christmas cards from Vistaprint.  Just got to write on the envelopes and any personal messages I may wish to add inside.

    • That's where we get ours from Darren - very reasonably priced.

  • Funny you should post this Colin debating what to do this year, looking to try and do something a bit different. But not sure of an easier way.???
  • PRO

    If you want to send cards, another option would be to buy them from Perennial GRBS - The Charity that supports our industry ?

    Deals with two issues in one then :)

  • My wife does it for her business but she hands out printed calanders so they are up in thier house all year. Costs her £200 for 250 she thinks its good value
  • Only my best and most reliable customers will get a card from me this year. Always charity cards. Next year I will get some from Perennial.

  • PRO

    I've got a pile of cards looking at me, they arrived from the printers this week.I think it reminds the occasional client to call, it says "thank you" to the regular client .... and is a nice tradition 

    Adam

  • PRO

    Vista printer do a calendar (It's about the size of a table mat)  with a magnetic back, I give them out with the winter feeds. They are very popular! 

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