Pear Tree Greetings Introduces New Line of Photo Christmas Cards
New Line Connects With Consumers on Trends, Affordable Prices
Photo Christmas Cards
Recycled Photo Cards
REXBURG, ID–(Marketwire – September 30, 2008) – With the rise of the photo Christmas card industry, it has become more apparent that consumers are finding a gap between affordability and stylish design trends when buying Christmas cards. Pear Tree Greetings, a top manufacturer of greeting cards, has bridged that gap for their customers with the launch of their new website, PearTreeGreetings.com, this September. The site primarily focuses on photo Christmas cards but also offers specialty cards, recycled cards and stationery. Future plans for the brand are to expand its selection to include baby announcements, scrapbook papers, party invitations and gifts.
“With the economy in an economic downturn, we wanted to offer cool, unique photo Christmas cards and stationery at affordable prices. We’ve worked incredibly hard with a super talented group of designers/creative directors to put together a line of uber cute designs,” said Christy Bode, Lead Marketing Specialist for Pear Tree Greetings.
The new site features its own blog, which presents new product ideas, highlights personalization tips and allows customers to share their ideas with others. Visit the blog at Blog.PearTreeGreetings.com.
About Pear Tree Greetings
Founded in 2005, Pear Tree Greetings is a division of The Occasions Group, which designs, produces and distributes stationery for weddings, holidays and other special occasions. Pear Tree Greetings gives consumers the opportunity to send unique Christmas cards at affordable prices via an online card creation and personalization feature. With a production staff of more than 50 years of printing experience, Pear Tree Greetings offers top trends and quality printing within the industry.
For more information, visit www.PearTreeGreetings.com
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