Hugs By Mail

In the last few weeks, the world has been thrown into disarray, turned upside-down.
Most of us are in isolation.
A lot of us are lonely and missing contact with family and friends.
Others are putting themselves in danger, to care for the most vulnerable, to feed people, to help others.

April is National Card and Letter Writing Month

Now, more than ever, people need human contact.  If it can’t be a physical hug, perhaps a hug in the mail is the next best thing. Let someone know you’re thinking of them. Cheer them up with a lovely memory, or just a few kind words of encouragement. Just reach out.

Send a card of thanks to a nurse or doctor you might know, leave a note of thanks on your garbage can for the workers who pick up your garbage every week. Hand your favourite cashier a heartfelt thanks for helping to feed your family…

Who doesn’t love receiving something special in the mail? An unexpected note. A cheerful message. Something to display on your desk or the mantle.

We’d like to help you spread some cheer to your family and friends, and offer 50% off our Signature Cards and Classic Notes.*

* (Photo Cards and Classic Flats are not available at this time, and are not on sale, as they are printed “on demand” at a local print shop which is currently operating as a printer under the Essential Services Act of BC… and, as important as writing notes is, our greeting card business does not qualify as essential.)

Use Coupon Code ‘HUGS’ at checkout, to receive 50% off your order.

To all our customers and your families, our friends… we hope you are well, and stay safe.

We hope our world returns to normal soon.

In the meantime, we hope you might find some happy mail in your mail box, too!

Take care,

Lorie & Bob

 

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