Christmas isn’t the only holiday to send greetings to friends, loved ones, and associates. Most Americans have shared valentine’s cards. We send birthday wishes to cherished friends, and we celebrate weddings and anniversaries with cards. We send our sympathies to those in need and congratulate graduates and new parents. We honor our mothers and fathers on their days and some folks share Easter, Halloween, and St. Patrick’s Day cards. But mostly, we send Holiday cards. Christmas leads the way with annual sales of 1.6 billion cards (including boxed sets) — Greeting Card.org but Christmas isn’t the only winter celebration.
Greeting Cards are for Any Holiday
About the Author: Randy Clark
Randy Clark is the Director of Communications at TKO Graphix, where he regularly blogs for TKO's Brandwire. Randy is passionate about social media, leadership development, and flower gardening. He is a beer geek and, on weekends, he fronts the rock band, Under The Radar. He is the proud father of one educator, one principal, has four amazing grandchildren, and a public speaker wife who puts up with him. His twitter handle is: @randyclarktko, Facebook: Randy Clarktko, Google+: Randy Clark on G+