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September 18, 2008

Thanksgiving Cards: Another Reason

From my friend Jim Canterucci comes this comment to my post about Sending Thanksgiving Cards:
Matt, I couldn't agree more. We've been sending T-giving cards for at least 15 years. We actually get thank you notes for the cards. It's great to visit a large client office and see our cards displayed in many offices. We also get Christmas cards from people who likely wouldn't send otherwise. This is just one more connection.

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Hi, Matt - I'll echo these sentiments, too. I've been sending T'giving cards for a long time and I always get comments from clients because it's such an unusual practice. It's memorable to them and that matters.

I wrote about it on my blog last year...maybe we can get a movement going! :)

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