Celebrating Thinking Of You Week

by Jasmine Wall September 25, 2019

Celebrating Thinking Of You Week

Thinking of You Week is an international movement to celebrate the joy of sending and receiving hand-written notes and greeting cards. Studies have shown that receiving a hand-written message is much more meaningful than a text or a social media message. We are delighted to join the Greeting Card Association and people all over the country in this movement.

The Imagination Spot retail shop - Goshen Indiana

Visit us in our retail shop in downtown Goshen and write a complementary card or a note to a friend, family, a co-worker or a pen pal this week. A hand written note is a perfect way to thank someone, send someone birthday wishes or just to say you're thinking of them. We have lots of fun stamps, stickers and markers to help you decorate your cards.

Stationery and gift shop - The Imagination Spot

To help you write more cards, we also have a store special this week - Buy 3 cards, Get 1 Free. If you can't make it to our Goshen shop, use code "THINKINGOFYOU19" in the shopping cart to get your free card online. Get your cards today as this special ends on September 29, 2019.

Send a card, deliver a smile!

 



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