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Why Should You Send Corporate Christmas Cards?

Updated: Dec 6, 2019

At Soar Valley Press, we love Christmas! And we’re sure your clients do too. Christmas is a great time to connect with your customers and to show your appreciation for their business.

Bespoke Christmas cards are a fantastic way to maintain customer relationships and to

increase customer loyalty going into 2020! Our cards are fully customisable and are a great way to get your brand into the offices of your clients.

Here are four reasons why Corporate Christmas cards should be part of your Christmas Campaign:

1. Customer Value

Clients love to feel as though they are appreciated. By sending your customers a personalised Christmas card you can show them that they are important enough to deserve your thought and effort.

2. Encourages Customer Loyalty

Christmas greeting cards are a great way to encourage customer loyalty. By telling your customers that you appreciate their business they are more likely to return and reuse your products/services in the new year.

3. Great Exposure for your Business

Christmas cards increase your brand exposure on a daily basis. If you send your clients branded Christmas cards, they will most likely sit on your client’s desks or in their offices for the entire month of December. This means that they are seen by a large number of people who either work at the business or who are visiting. Generating a large amount of exposure, from just one Christmas card!

4. Not many Companies Send Cards so you will Stand Out

Every year we send less and less Xmas greeting cards. Do you know what this means for your business? It means your unique! As less and less cards are sent in the post, your clients are going to notice yours. Making your business stand out!

Why not contact us?

Let us help you with all you Christmas design and print! Whether you’re looking for luxury Christmas cards or simple Christmas cards contact us today on 0116 2599955 or email to discuss your needs.

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