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Suggested Christmas Business Wishes

Updated on October 25, 2010

Phrases to use in your business Christmas cards

Sending Christmas greeting cards to your customers, vendors and prospects at the end of the year is good for your business. But saying the wrong thing inside those cards could be very bad.

When coming up with business Christmas wishes to include inside your annual holiday cards, think about the people on your card list. For most businesses in most parts of the country, you're likely to have some clients or customers that don't celebrate Christmas. Some of these people will not be offended by getting a card wishing them a "Merry Christmas," while others will. The choice of which holiday greeting to use is up to your discretion.

Here are some business Christmas wishes you can print inside your card and send to almost anyone on your list.

Sample Holiday Wishes

All of us at [Company Name] send our seasons greetings with best wishes for the new year.

Everyone at [Company Name] thanks you for your business this past year and looks forward to working to with you again in the new year. Happy holidays!

Your friends at [Company Name] send you the best wishes for a happy holiday and prosperity throughout the year.

Seasons greetings and best wishes for the new year from [Company Name].

In appreciation of your business this year, everyone at [Company Name] wishes you a joyous holiday season.

We at [Company Name] extend our best wishes for a happy holiday and a prosperous new year.

All of us at [Company Name] join in sending you best wishes for the holiday and the new year.

[Company Name] would like to say thank you for your business this year and wish you a happy holiday and prosperous new year.

As the year comes to an end, all of us at [Company Name] gratefully wish you a joyous holiday season and send our wishes for a wonderful new year.

Don't Forget a Personal Note

One of the main points of sending cards at the holidays is to remind the people in our lives - both friends, family and business associates - that they are important to us. But you won't be sending that message if you just stuff an imprinted card in an envelope and send it without even adding a signature.

If you're going to take the time to send business Christmas cards, take time to do it right and add your signature to each card. Your business associates will notice this small effort. Better yet, try to add a simple note such as, "I appreciate your business in the past year and look forward to working with you for a long time to come," or even, "Thanks for your business this year."


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