Hallmark offers 2 million free ‘thank you’ cards for essential workers

Hallmark offers 2 million free ‘thank you’ cards for essential workers

Hallmark is offering 2 million free ‘thank you’ cards for the essential workers who worked hard to keep America functional during the COVID-19 pandemic. The citizens of the US and Canada can get free three-pack of gratitude cards to show their gratitude to the workers. They need to sign up at Hallmark.com/CareEnough for getting the cards.

Two million free greeting cards have been allocated by Hallmark earlier during the pandemic. The company officials said that they allocated those 2 million cards within a week. Lindsey Roy, the chief marketing officer of Hallmark, said, “We are inspired and uplifted by many heroes who are stepping up during this time.”

There are millions of heroes around us who stepped up to fight the pandemic on the front line. These heroes are present around us in our hospitals, families, communities, grocery stores, and schools. Their hard work and inspiration efforts must be acknowledged. Roy said, “They deserve a huge thank you for their hard work during these unprecedented times.”

The people of the US and Canada have shown immense love, respect, and gratitude towards these frontline workers. They grabbed the opportunity to thank them as the company allocated 2 million cards within a week. The company is now offering next 2 million cards as there is a vast number of these heroes who are still needed to be thanked. Roy said, “The response to our first 2 million card giveaway showed just how much care, hope, and love people want to put into the world right now.”

It is a high time to appreciate the hard work and splendid efforts of the frontline workers. It is a grand gesture of appreciation to give them a ‘thank you’ card having kind words on it. For example, one of the giveaway cards said, “Not all heroes wear capes.” Roy said, “We hope the next 2 million cards allow people to show the gratitude we know many are feeling right now.”

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