Beat the Holiday Rush with Free Shipping at Cards4Kids

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Free shipping on Cards4Kids.com makes it more affordable than ever to send jumbo-sized, personalized greeting cards featuring SpongeBob SquarePants, Dora the Explorer, Blue's Clues, Avatar, Go Diego Go!, and The Backyardigans this holiday season.

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With free shipping, it's even easier this Holiday season.

Cards4Kids announced that all orders placed on http://www.Cards4Kids.com from November 13th through December 15th will receive free Priority Mail shipping.

"We pride ourselves on making it easy for busy parents, grandparents and other friends and relatives to send huge smiles to loved ones," explained Brian DeLorenzo, of Cards4Kids. "With free shipping, it's even easier this Holiday season."

Regardless of a customer's preferred winter holiday, Cards4Kids offers 18" x 24", jumbo greeting cards. With a wide selection of holiday and all occasion cards, nobody is left out. Also, all of the cards offered on the site are either bi-lingual or available in both English and Spanish.

Through the easy-to-use website, Cards4Kids.com, senders can personalize their cards with the recipient's name and a personal message. The card is then produced and shipped to be received within five business days.

The current lineup on Cards4Kids features SpongeBob SquarePants, Dora the Explorer, Blue's Clues, Avatar: The Last Airbender, Go Diego Go!, and The Backyardigans.

About Cards4Kids:

Cards4Kids offers 18" x 24", poster-sized greeting cards for practically every occasion, including: birthday, back to school, get well, holiday, thank you, congratulations, and all occasion.

Cards4Kids is a division of C2 Media, the leading supplier of professional media graphics solutions. From color copies to large-format banners and signage, C2 Media provides solutions to the Fortune 1,000.    

Contact:

Heather Williams

Planned Television Arts

212-583-2729

http://www.Cards4Kids.com

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