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Category: Brain Food Published on Monday, 31 March 2014 16:53 Written by Caroline Marshall-Foster
Phew! It’s finally over! An amazing Mother’s Day result for florists all over the UK, and despite some low notes due to social network fallout, we reckon florists and their teams should be mighty proud of themselves.
We know tons of you have been putting in crazy hours of backbreaking work, but we hope it was worth it considering so many of you are reporting record sales. We’ll be sending out our survey shortly, but in the meantime, huge congratulations to everyone for getting through a mega M-Day.
Once you’ve had a rest, put your feet up and enjoyed a glass of wine (or six!), why not think about sending out thank you notes to all the customers who ordered from you this Mother’s Day, perhaps including an incentive to come back.
Do feel free to use the example below to thank your own customers - copy and paste it into your own document and edit it using your own words, branding and incentive offer / T’s&C’s.
N.B. When considering direct marketing like this it's important to remember all the rules and regulations regarding data protection. Click here for our fact-sheet.
A short note to thank you so much for choosing us to deliver your flowers for Mother’ s Day. As an independent florist we really appreciate your support and hope we can help you in the future... all you need to do is call or visit our website at ???????
The team at ???????
PS: As an extra thank you please bring this card along and claim an extra 10% off your next purchase*
Offer cannot be used in conjunction with any other promotion