product spotlight: client correspondence cards

    

 It’s important to always nurture your client relationships, but we know how time demanding it can be to constantly handcraft personalized notes. These beautifully designed Client Correspondence Cards hit the spot. Your clients will appreciate your professional communications and you will save time (we know you love that!) while looking amazing. Enjoy the ease of an included library of 15 pre-written, easily customizable relationship-building notes at your disposal. Your clients will love receiving a real (or virtual) personal card from you. Includes scenarios such as: • Thanks for your order • Thanks for your referral • General conclusion of project • For a referring vendor (florist, hotel, wedding planner) • Thank you for your gift certificate purchase • Regrets to a charity • Thanksgiving/Holiday/New Year • One Year Anniversary • Birth of a baby • Valentines Day • Week before the Wedding day • Post Consult • For your best "word of mouth" client • Booking a Wedding • With disk delivery of photos/hard copies Click here to get yours today!




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