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Greet Your Audience With Animated Holiday Templates!

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Happy Holidays! Happy Hanukkah! Merry Christmas! Happy Kwanzaa!

 

We hope you're enjoying the holiday season. At Constant Contact, we take pride in our robust and diverse community and want to share some tips on greeting customers during this time of year in your email marketing.

 

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It can be tricky to know what to say if you have readers who celebrate specific holidays or don’t celebrate any at all. Some of your readers might prefer ‘Merry Christmas,’ while others would rather read the more inclusive ‘Season’s Greetings.’ Whether or not you have a specific holiday to celebrate with your readers - we have animated templates that work for all occasions!

 

Help spread the message of joy, happiness, and peace to everyone during this season right in your readers’ inbox. To help with the upcoming holiday season, here are some important cultural dates to keep in mind:

 

Hanukkah: December 18th - 26th

View Hanukkah Templates

 

Christmas: December 25th

View Christmas Templates

 

Kwanzaa: December 26th - January 1st

View Kwanzaa Templates

 

Are you looking to plan even further ahead? Choose from over 300 animated templates for events all year round. Together, let’s make everyone feel seen and included!

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