Posted on 21st September 2016
Yes, it’s that time already and the Rockinghorse Christmas Cards are now available to be ordered and delivered direct to your door.
We have the traditional cards available but for 2016 we also have the corporate E-card, personalised with the company logo and greeting, and available for a suggested donation of £50 per business.
The card can then be sent digitally as an email instead of the cost posting a traditional card.
In order to view the 3 fantastic designs that we have please use the following link where you will also find full pricing and ordering info.
For orders of 300 or more we can also insert company logos and printed signatures into the cards for an additional cost as this will be done on a personalised print run.
Thank you for your support and should you have any questions please do not hesitate to contact me and I will be happy to help.
Regional Corporate Fundraising Manager
Rockinghorse Children’s Charity
13 Prince Albert Street
t: 01273 330044
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