The Deeptrench Explains The Reason For The Holiday Season

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The Recent Economic Downturn Is No Excuse To Skimp On Holiday Cheer - Free Electronic Greeting Cards Offer Alternative For Cash-Strapped Americans

The Deeptrench online greeting card service experiences record growth while the Unites States Postal Service and major paper greeting card manufacturers both estimate that roughly 1 million fewer greeting cards have been sent over the 2009 holiday season. Is this 11% drop in holiday cheer attributable to the downturn in the economy? Considering that the cost of a stamp is now 44 cents and the average greeting card can range in price from 50 cents to $10; multiplied by the Greeting Card Association estimate that an average of 26 greeting cards are sent per person each holiday season, it's easy to imagine that the practice of sending holiday cheer can put a dent into an already maxed out budget.

On the other hand, there's arguably no more crucial a moment to spread as many well wishes and the hopes for prosperity to loved ones far and near. 'Tis the reason for the season, after all. Fortunately, anyone can send a batch of personalized holiday cheer for free with the help of electronic greeting card sites like And, unlike some other "free" ecard sites, DeepTrench won't pressure visitors to attach a pricey gift card from a retailer to their holiday ecard, either.

DeepTrench is an established electronic greeting card service featuring the entertaining and innovative animated works of Kenneth Barnes and many other prominent artists. Whatever the occasion or sentiment, DeepTrench offers a card to match. From Christmas and Valentine's Day to Baby Showers and Birthdays, DeepTrench has both animated and basic greeting cards to help its members express their humor, joy, sympathy, love and affection instantly via email and completely free of charge.


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