HAMDEN, CT, December 17, 2013 /24-7PressRelease/
-- SendThanks.com, a service designed to give people an easy and unique way to send virtual thank you notes, just launched its website several weeks ago. Now, the site has announced its holiday plan to help people give thanks for everything in their life.
The website typically gives people the option to send thanks for any reason at all. These thank you messages could be either personal thanks directed toward a specific individual that they know, or general thanks directed toward a group of people or someone unknown. This holiday season, the website takes on a new focus of giving people the ability to easily send fun, unique thank you messages for their gifts that they receive.
"There's no better time than the holiday season to give thanks for everything in our lives," said Avery Elizabeth, founder of SendThanks.com. "Many people consider thank you notes to be a mundane or tedious task, but our website makes it into a fun, creative outlet for designing notes that are sure to be appreciated by the recipient."
SendThanks.com is a free service. To get started, all users must do is fill out their name, their email address, the name of the recipient and the recipient's email address (if known), then pick a unique stamp to use in the message. They can then customize the message with photos, art, videos and more to make their message more dynamic.
"We don't properly express our gratitude enough anymore, and at SendThanks.com, we want to change that," Avery said. "After all, there is no greater gift than the gift of knowing that someone else is truly appreciative of you."
SendThanks.com is a responsive website that offers people the chance to send thanks to others for any reason, whether they know the recipient of their message or not. Founded by philanthropist Avery Elizabeth, the website encourages everyone to "post a little love for all the world to see." For more information about the service or to send thanks to someone in your life, visit www.sendthanks.com
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Please direct inquiries to:
Avery Elizabeth, 1.888.248.5211