A few of our greetings cards from years gone by
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A few of our greetings cards from years gone by

For over 20 years we have been sending holiday greeting cards. As the everyday communication turns digital, so did our holiday greetings. But who doesn’t like a good old paper card. Here are some of our favourite creations from over the years. Some humorous. Some mildly offensive. A few serious. All topical.

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If you were living in Toronto in 2003 you would recognize the cryptic references.

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In 2004 Bush and Kerry duked it out,  Sadam was captured and bin Laden wasn’t. This was political commentary that upset one or two recipients.

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Martha Stewart had been accused of insider trading yet she pressed on with the show.

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In 2005… Fallujah… Banda Aceh… Katrina… Darfur… “this year’s headlines remind us how blessed we are, living in peace and relative comfort.”

The baseball strike of 1995 gave everyone else the idea so in 1997 the reindeers also went on strike.

That was the year when we gave presentations everyone in the audience would be pecking away at their Blackberries.