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Viking is proud to announce the acquisition of
On the Ball and Colorfully Yours

Viking Logo with No Background

Viking is proud to announce the acquisition of On the Ball and Colorfully Yours

Are you thinking about the holidays yet? If not, it’s time. The holidays are an ideal opportunity to let your business contacts know just how much you value them. Everyone deserves appreciation, from your vendors to your clients and even colleagues in the same industry. Don’t forget your employees!

Custom company holiday card printing gives you an opportunity to both express your appreciation and remind your contacts of your business. Thanking the people who make your company the success that it is a gateway to successful future interaction.

It’s a relatively inexpensive gesture of goodwill. Custom printed, personalized business holiday cards are affordable, and allow you to add an update if needed (“Now accepting new clients”, perhaps, or “Check out our holiday discounts!”) You can instill a nice professional appearance by having each card carefully embossed with your corporate logo – try gold or silver foil for extra flash and class!

Don’t wait until December to order your company’s holiday cards. It takes time to have the design worked out and the cards printed, and you will still need to arrange the addressing and posting. Buy checking into custom holiday card printing now, you can cross another item off of your holiday to-do list!

Remember, your card will be a reflection on your business. A cheap, generic looking card (or heaven forbid, an e-card) won’t make an impact. However, a gorgeous, customized holiday card that is personalized with your company logo and enclosed in a matching envelope with your return address inn flowing script will make a great impression.

Keep it simple, however. Ensure you don’t cause insult by choosing a neutral greeting that won’t alienate either religious or secular contacts – “Seasons Greetings” or “Happy Holidays” are excellent options, and you can stick with calm winter scenes or pictures of presents and avoid religious symbols. This keeps you from worrying about whether your card should say “Merry Christmas” or “Happy Hanukkah”!

If you can, include a photo – this could be of your company building, with the storefront decked out for the holiday, or of the staff dressed up in Santa hats. Humor is your friend, as long as it is clean and respectful.

Finally, mail your custom printed company holiday cards out two weeks in advance of the holiday for maximum exposure between the time of receipt and after the New Year when everything is usually discarded!

Ready for your holiday cards to be created? Contact us today for delivery in plenty of time for mailing out your cards!

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