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20th Anniversary Celebration

All about our 20th Anniversary promotions and celebrations!

House of Cards Celebrates 20 Years of Trading!

April 2010 saw House of Cards celebrate 20 years of trading in style, with promotions throughout the month in the seven branches and a big celebratory party for all staff members.

All through the month branded gifts were given to customers, including chocolates, pens, cloth bags and Post-It notes.

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To thank the staff for all their hard work over the years, a lavish party took place at Eynsham Hall, Oxfordshire.


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20th anniversary promotions included a new range of cards, Fuschia, produced by UK greetings and sold at 1990 prices of just 75p with all proceeds going to a charity chosen by each branch. Furthermore, customers had a chance of winning a £20 House of Cards gift voucher hidden within the promotional cards.

 

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Progressive Greetings magazine coverage

Progressive Greetings Magazine Coverage

Each branch had the opportunity to select a local charity to donate their card sale proceeds to.

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Caversham chose to support Sue Ryder Care, a national charity who provide health and social care services to people with end of life and long-term needs. Caversham were featured on www.getreading.co.uk in a news article, which you can read here.
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Both Chalfont and Tring selected the Iain Rennie Trust, a charity offering specialist and supportive care and advice for patients with cancer and other life threatening illnesses in their homes.

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Andover chose to support the Countess of Brecknock Hospice, founded with the support of Macmillan Cancer Relief, which provides palliative medicine and terminal care, ensuring that patients are able to live as full a life as possible within the limitations of their illness whilst also providing sympathetic support and care to family and friends.

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Wallingford’s charity of choice was Style Acre, which provides supported living services and day opportunity services to adults with learning disabilities.

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Kidlington chose to support Sir Michael Sobell House Hospice, a charity providing palliative and end of life care to the residents of Oxfordshire.

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Thatcham selected Newbury and District Cancer Care Trust, which offers help, support and information to cancer patients and their families living in West Berkshire, from diagnosis through to palliative and terminal care.

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Close to £3000 was raised in total. Find out more on our charity work page.