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Enjoy Bountiful Ways to Express Gratitude this Thanksgiving from American Greetings

Cleveland (November 6, 2014) – Dish out some love with your turkey and pumpkin pie this year! About 15 million Thanksgiving cards are exchanged annually as the enduring tradition of Thanksgiving continues to bring family and friends together. Thanksgiving is the perfect opportunity to express your gratitude with a wide variety of paper cards, convenient digital greetings and festive party goods. Whether you’re sending a card to a loved one that lives far away or feasting at home with family, American Greetings has everything you need to help create personal, emotional connections and celebrate the true meaning of the holiday. 

This November, consumers visiting the American Greetings card aisle will be greeted by an attractive display of paper cards featuring iconic Thanksgiving symbolism, a rich color pallet and messages ranging from heartfelt to hilarious that capture the essence of the holiday. Funny cards that poke fun at turkey cooking skills, sweet cards to share a romantic wish with your significant other, religious cards with thankful blessings and even Thanksgiving greetings from the cat or dog ensure that you’ll find the perfect card for every recipient.

Those that want a quick and convenient way to send a cornucopia of wishes can check out our selection of digital options. Cardstore, the popular custom greeting card website from American Greetings, has a large collection of Thanksgiving greeting card and invitation designs that can be customized with your own images and messages (and we even stamp and mail them for you)!  Bold and sassy digital cards about family time, giblets and doing dishes from the justWink website or mobile app can be sent via text, email, Facebook and Twitter – or make your card wishbone-worthy by adding your own words, personal photos and having it printed and mailed the old-fashioned way!

To celebrate autumn, American Greetings offers impressive variety when it comes to dressing up gifts, decorating the home or entertaining family and friends. Party goods with best-selling designs featuring classic imagery like turkeys and autumnal scenery are sure to please consumers who love entertaining during the holidays and meet all their needs for Thanksgiving Day and leftovers.  Extend your guests the warmest welcome with gift packaging in bold colors that signal the season and festive decorations.

Consumers can find these Thanksgiving products, in addition to a great selection of inspiring cards from American Greetings, at participating drug chains, grocery stores and mass retailers nationwide, as well as in American Greetings and Carlton Cards retail stores.  Those who enjoy sending e-cards can share American Greetings cards online from  For more information on American Greetings, visit  You can also follow American Greetings on Twitter, Facebook, American Greetings blog, YouTube, Pinterest, Google+ and Instagram

About American Greetings Corporation

For more than 100 years, American Greetings Corporation has been a creator and manufacturer of innovative social expression products that assist consumers in enhancing their relationships to create happiness, laughter and love.  The Company's major greeting card lines are American Greetings, Carlton Cards, Gibson, Recycled Paper Greetings and Papyrus, and other paper product offerings include DesignWare party goods and American Greetings and Plus Mark gift-wrap and boxed cards.  American Greetings also has one of the largest collections of greetings on the Web, including greeting cards available at and electronic greeting cards available at  In addition to its product lines, American Greetings also creates and licenses popular character brands through the AG Properties group.  Headquartered in Cleveland, Ohio, American Greetings generates annual revenue of approximately $2 billion, and its products can be found in retail outlets worldwide.  For more information on the Company, visit

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