July 4th is approaching fast, and if you are a red blooded resident (or ex pat) of the good old U S of A, then you will be looking forward to celebrating with a parade, beer, BBQs and the lighting of a firework or two.
The event is a celebration of American independence Day, when the USA gained independence from the British, so in the spirit of forward thinking self determinism, take advantage of the holiday to send 4th of July E cards to market your business or organisation.
Entertaining corporate E cards are the perfect way of boosting sales and encouraging customers to visit your e-commerce website or bricks and mortar business. Therefore we have created a new category or online greetings for you to send. There are three new static July 4th Ecards for you to send.
This inspirational 4th of July Ecard features a photo montage of the American Bald Eagle on a background of the national flag, setting a patriotic, rousing tone. The message ‘Happy 4th of July’ is written in a sophisticated, traditional script type. What better way to share your salute to the union, sending a corporate E card on July the 4th can inspire your customers and clients to your holiday call to action.
Stars and Stripes
Wishing your customer database a Happy Independence Day holiday is an ideal opportunity to promote your business. Featuring the US flag, our the Stars and Stripes Business Ecard is a great way promote your company’s patriotism and allegiance by sending this email card to your customers and clients. Email marketing can reap great rewards, especially when sent as an Ecard.
Stamp – Celebrate 4th of July
Celebrate the 4th of July Independence Day with a corporate E card. Sending company branded E-greetings to your customers, clients and stakeholders is a cost effective and efficient form of online marketing. Display your organisations observance of the historic event while communicating directly with your customer base. This card is deigned in a retro vintage style, with the traditional red, white and blue colours and the slogan ‘Long live America’