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a card sent to express personal greetings

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And if we can spread a little holiday cheer to consumers through our members' greeting cards, so much the better.
The company fulfills this role by supplying products such as its Avanti's A*Press line of greeting cards, which Trobman says achieve high-end visual appeal through their use of glitter, foil and other "high-definition embellishments" that allow A*Press cards to "pop" off of their displays.
Others say that greeting cards offer an element of tradition that contrasts with today's conversational social media communication.
If you send out 20 cards a year, you can save up to $100 just by buying your greeting cards at the dollar store.
Talking to Qatar Tribune, Awatif, a Sudanese expatriate, said, oeI have been sending Eid greeting cards to my friends and family over the years.
An analysis of the drivers explains the factors for growth of the greeting cards industry.
The arrival of e-cards, with many free options, would seem to spell the end of greeting cards as we knew it.
He launched Greater Vision Greetings in 2004 to offer this and other alternatives to traditional greeting cards.
Caroline Kennedy, executive editor of the trade publication Gifts & Decorative Accessories, talked about greeting cards at the recent Los Angeles Gift Show.
Blue Mountain Arts will review poetry for greeting cards publications.
About 90% of greeting cards are purchased by women, most of whom are between the ages of 35 and 54.
American Greetings knows that one of the things consumers love most is celebrating birthdays with a good laugh, so combining comedy with an innovative card experience seems standard--but just wait for the punch line," the greeting cards publisher said in a statement announcing the launch of the new line.
During the second quarter, about 300 million units of greeting cards are expected to sell.
NEW YORK--E-mail, Facebook posts, texts, tweets and other forms of digital communication are mainly supplementing, rather than replacing, traditional greeting cards, suppliers say.