Contact: April Goodwin, The Little Card Company, 800-417-2985, ext 1
BURBANK, Calif., Nov. 1, 2011 /Christian Newswire/ -- The Little Card Company, the leading online source for personalized Christian photo cards, has a simple, yet powerful goal this Christmas -- to keep Jesus at the center of the season!
"There is so much social pressure to become politically correct around all things Christmas" says co-founder, Charlene Miller. "With the recent trend toward using the greeting 'happy holidays' rather than 'Merry Christmas,' we recognize that the very foundation of Christmas -- and why we celebrate -- is subtly being whittled away."
With that cultural environment in mind, the company has created their "Spread the JOY of Christ this Christmas!" campaign to help refocus customers and their families on Christ as the primary reason to celebrate the season. "Spread the JOY" will be the central element in all the company's social marketing efforts from now through December.
"Not only do we want to give customers a chance to share a slice of their lives with loved ones, but we also want to provide them with a viable means of sharing the most important elements of their faith," Miller says. The broader message of the "Spread the JOY" campaign is to remind people that Christmas should be a season of joyful anticipation, of peaceful interactions, and of powerful witnessing.
About The Little Card Company
The Little Card Company was founded in 2010 by three moms on a mission to provide high-quality photo cards with fabulous, fun designs to other Christian moms just like themselves. Each one-of-a-kind, customizable card includes a faith-based element, allowing customers to create an amazing piece to share their joys in life *and* the Lord. The 2011 Christmas Collection is now available as is the Business Christmas line for companies looking to share the blessing of Jesus with employees, clients and other business partners. Learn more at www.littlecardcompany.com, www.facebook.com/littlecardcompany and www.twitter.com/littlecardco.