Design Crafters Offers Early Order Christmas Card Discounts to Help With Struggling Economy

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Recognizing the fact that many businesses as well as individuals are struggling financially this year, Design Crafters has decided to reach out and help with deep discounts for their Christmas cards.

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Most everyone has been affected by the economy in a negative way, so we want to try to help this year by offering an additional early order discount above and beyond our normal discounts and early order incentives.

Christmas Cards of course are a non essential item, although they are something that would be sorely missed if left out when they have been a part of one’s social/business life for years, or even decades. Those who are in the habit of using Christmas cards to touch base with clients, family and friends, look forward to sending and receiving Christmas cards each year. It’s even a highlight of the season for some. Design Crafters realizes this as they talk to clients every year helping many to find the perfect card and craft the sentiment that expresses their thoughts and appreciation for the recipient’s friendship or support.

For businesses, Christmas cards are a very inexpensive way to touch base with one’s clients and customers to show their appreciation for their patronage. At the same time, they are able to put their company name and logo in front of their customers or even potential customers. It’s a way of reminding them in a discrete way that their business is still around and that their products or services are available without pitching anything. Design Crafters states that sending Business Christmas cards, or any personalized card for that matter from your company, has to be one of the least expensive ways to advertise one’s business while simply extending good will – Season’s Greetings with best wishes for the New Year.

Design Crafters knows how important it is to offer a huge variety of Christmas cards, Thanksgiving Cards, and other holiday cards with many choices of sentiments as well as custom options. They also have learned that many businesses like the option of including their company logo and even printed signatures to give these Business Christmas Cards a real professional look with very little work on their part. After the customer creates what they want virtually online, the graphic department at Design Crafters puts it all together; making sure everything is perfect before submitting for printing.

It really is a win - win situation in that the business sending the Christmas cards looks generous to their clients receiving these beautiful cards with lovely sentiments, while getting their name in front of their customers in a discrete way. The client gets a beautiful holiday card with a lovely sentiment of goodwill and appreciation. Warm feelings are felt all around.

Debby Sibert, the founder and owner of Design Crafters states that, “We have been very blessed as a company by our customers and their loyalty for so many years – something for which we are very grateful. We know that most everyone has been affected by the economy in a negative way, so we want to try to help this year by offering an additional early order discount above and beyond our normal discounts and early order incentives.”

Design Crafters has been serving the national community online with personalized holiday cards since 1996. They have always offered discounts below the manufacturers’ recommended prices for the entire season as well as incremental large order discounts based on quantity. They even offer free envelope imprinting through September 30 as an early order incentive every year. Design Crafters has been very blessed as a business with many wonderful customers and have decided this year, because of the state of the economy, to share the love by offering an additional early order discount. Those ordering before October 30 will receive an additional 10% off their Christmas cards by using the coupon code: “DC2011PR” (without the quotes) at checkout. Just go to to redeem.


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