Traditions and Early Mailing of Corporate Christmas Cards
Corporate Christmas cards are a perfect way to thank everyone who has supported your business throughout the year. Proper corporate Christmas card etiquette is important because the greeting card you send represents your company. You want to make the best possible impression so allowing extra time for the Christmas card process can be very beneficial.
Your recipients could observe any number of holidays such as Christmas, Kwanzaa or Hanukkah. It is important to make sure that your corporate Christmas card message is appropriate for everyone who will receive it. "Happy Holidays" and "Season's Greetings" are good generic choices for greetings. The wrong message on your corporate Christmas card could possibly offend a colleague or client.
Mailing your corporate Christmas cards in time to arrive for the appropriate holiday is essential. It is imperative to avoid the last minute holiday mail rush. One rule of thumb is to have all of your corporate Christmas cards addressed before Thanksgiving. In early December you can write a few lines or a short, personal message and add your signature. Your cards will be ready to mail without stress.
If you wait too long to send your corporate Christmas cards, put them aside until next season and instead send a brief, quality note thanking the people who have supported your business the previous year. Although corporate Christmas cards are the best way to express your appreciation, a handwritten note is also a thoughtful gesture during the holiday season.