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The holidays are upon us and if you haven't begun thinking about your vacation advertising plans it's not too late.

Here are 9 vacation advertising ideas from some companies over the US. Thanksgiving cards make the difference - Send out a Thanksgiving card to clients\/potential clients. You can go the catalog path or send a collection of personal notes. One previous customer had his child draw something and he left copies depends on your own style. But I guarantee that your card will stand out because Thanksgiving isn't a card-oriented vacation. Rita Kueber - beaumontschool.org. Rubber Stamp It Once I was a caterer, I used a rubber stamp in each piece of email, every check, every invoice that went from our office, it said whos catering to your Christmas party? Celia Milton - 3.

The Early Bird Gets The Worm - In brief, we feel that the early bird gets the worm. In Medelitawe start planning our vacation sale in June and start promoting it early to Mid October. We're currently building up curiosity about Facebook, for our forthcoming sale, and the latest post asking who planned to store the sale got lots of positive comments. As we grow closer to start, well expand to include e-mails, ads, etc. Our holiday sale begins On Thanksgiving Day, offering our clients the capacity to pre-order at a 20% reduction for the forthcoming holidays. This ensures they do not miss out on popular sizes or styles of our lab coats and also scrubs that frequently sell out.

80% of our orders also get personalized with embroidery, adding a personal and also professional touch that our clients love. Knowing this, we offer free expedited shipping and also embroidery up until December 20th. Black Friday Specials - We're a small business located in Middletown CT. What we did last year which worked really well as a Black Friday special. We ended up selling all of our equipment at a cost that really brought in a great deal of traffic and also more sales after the special was completed. We promoted the sale overall social network outlets including Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, and also Blogger to generate buzz.

We also sent out a special press announcement and released info on the sale a few months prior in our monthly newsletters. We're planning on doing something very comparable this year to once more bring int the amount of traffic to the site and also increase sales for the future.

Themed Holiday Events - Here are some Holiday advertising thoughts from Le Potager Dcor in Fullerton, California. Fall Open House: With this event, we posted a page of a few of our - lately acquired items that we purchased on our summer road trips.

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