Holiday Cards

I was just writing about some back to school stuff here in late September. However, for those of us in business who have to plan for holiday cards for customers, clients, or other business associates, late September is when the research on this topic begins. There are several factors to consider including finding cards with artwork and themes appropriate for the variety of faiths of people on the list, customization options, and turnaround tiem from order to receipt.

In the past, getting professionally printed holiday cards appropriate for sending in business situations was a very expensive and time-consuming exercise. Luckily, that is not the case anymore on both counts due to expanded technology, resulting lower pricing, and the access we have to printers anywhere in the country thanks to the Internet.

I’ve talked about VistaPrint on the blog here before because I was so happy with the price and quality of business cards I ordered from them. In fact, whenever I hand them out, I get complimentary comments on them. Due to that fact, I feel comfortable recommending that you check out their website for holiday cards too.

As a great bonus to motivate you in your research, here is a discount code you can use on the VistaPrint website to get ten free holiday cards: XmasFree

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