A New Special Day, Appreciation Day October 1st

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The Appreciation Society announces that October 1st will be the beginning of the first annual Appreciation Day. This new special day for the world is supported on http://www.appreciationday.com, allowing people the ability to post words of Appreciation for all to see by sharing on Facebook, Twitter, Google+ and appreciationday.com.

The Appreciation Society launched their online Appreciation sites: http://www.AppreciationSociety.com and http://www.AppreciationDay.com. The purpose of the Appreciation Society and their sponsored websites is to give everyone a chance to share Appreciation. Individuals can share Appreciation through social media, online cards, products and occasional newsletters. The Appreciation Society also offers companies the opportunity to partner with the Appreciation Society to learn how to show employees and customers how to express their gratitude.

“Appreciation is a missing ingredient in many people’s daily lives. This is true both at home and at work. Studies have shown that the lack of Appreciation is the number one reason most people quit their jobs. At the Appreciation Society we define Appreciation as a long term thank you,” says Russell Cleveland, Founder. Mr. Cleveland continues to state “There are two benefits in showing Appreciation to others, one is for the person giving the Appreciation and the other is for the person receiving the Appreciation – it is a win-win for everyone involved.”

The Appreciation Society announces that October 1st will be the beginning of the first annual Appreciation Day. This new special day for the world is supported on http://www.appreciationday.com. The website allows people to post words of Appreciation for all to see by sharing on Facebook, Twitter, Google+ and appreciationday.com. When someone submits a free post about someone, the Appreciated person receives an email containing the message of Appreciation.

Both websites offer the opportunity to send a fun animated e-card for only $2.99 each. One card is appropriate for acquaintances, colleagues and clients, and the other speaks at a more personal and emotional level for family, friends or someone special.

“At the Appreciation Society, we take pleasure in donating a portion of every card sold to charity and conveying the overall message of the importance of sharing Appreciation,” says Cleveland.

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