November Offer

November 4, 2008

Research by the University of Salford has revealed the traditional printed Christmas Card still has a big place in today’s electronic world. A printed Christmas Card represents far more than just a greeting – it shows commitment, that you’ve taken the trouble to think about others and it serves as an important reminder to the recipient that others care about them.

Were you emailed a Christmas ‘e-card’ last year? According to the survey, 68% of people said they’d rather not receive an electronic e-card! If it’s the ‘thought that counts’, then an e-card is seen as lacking in commitment and of considerably less value than a printed card. Is that the impression you want to give your customers?

It is important to reach out at this time of year and show your customers you value them. Send a Voucher Christmas Card and spread your love (and cash) a lot further with both a greeting and a gift in one. Each card has a tear off panel, pop on a special offer or a discount and give them a treat which brings them back in the New Year. Voucher Christmas Cards are HALF PRICE in November, so give get in touch today!


Brazilian Formula One

November 3, 2008

Although I do want to take this chance to quickly congratulate Louis Hamilton on becoming world champion this weekend, I also want to mention David Coulthard. The Scot was forced off the road and out of the race on the first corner, mirroring the events of his last British Grand Prix.



This was immensely disappointing given that it was Coulthard’s final race of his career. There had been such a big build up to the race for him and he’d also been granted permission to change the graphics on the vehicle to promote Wings for Life, a charity that funds research into cures for spinal paralysis. What a shame it didn’t get more of an outing. The Telegraph goes into more detail and I’ll let them deal with the sports journalism but with all the attention on Hamilton, I thought I’d fly the ‘Wings for Life’ flag a little!

Saying that, what a race! What drama on the last laps. Well done to Louis, the McLaren team, and a sneaky wink to Timo Glock!