MindArrow Offering Streaming E-mail Holiday Greetings

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MindArrow Systems Inc., a provider of rich media e-mail services, is offering a streaming video holiday greeting card promotion for businesses.


The company said that up until Nov. 30, for a flat fee of $2,000 it will develop a personalized, streaming e-mail greeting that businesses can send to up to 10,000 clients. After that date, the price of the service will go up.


"The greetings can be personally tailored for professional businesses that are looking for a sensible, cost-effective alternative to the traditional greeting cards they typically send to employees, clients vendors and perspective customers," said Scott Altman, vice president of marketing for MindArrow.


Users can choose from eight holiday-themed card templates and select an appropriate greeting. They also must supply MindArrow with a 30-second video message from the CEO or appropriate person from the company sending the message. The company's URL and logo can be included in the e-mail.


MindArrow has a demonstration of the holiday e-greeting service available on its Web site at www.mindarrow.com/holidaycards.


"While there are many e-greeting choices available to consumers, we discovered there are very few options available for companies seeking a high quality solution that will enable them to deliver a unique and memorable holiday message via e-mail," Altman said.


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