|By PR Newswire||
|March 13, 2013 06:10 PM EDT||
NEW YORK, March 13, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Easter Sunday marks many new beginnings and renewed efforts to achieve greater good and progress. One such effort at 123Greetings.com is to measure the impact created by its service to the society as a whole. Given 123Greetings.com's services are free, a large number of people are able to use its services regularly without having to burn a hole in their pockets. However, this Easter, the team at 123Greetings wanted to go beyond numbers. A review of feedback by users in the recent past produced a humbling outcome.
A user wrote – "This Christmas the only thing I have is empty pockets and a girl whom I love. Thank you for being able to send an e-card and make my girl happy. It's the least I can do for her and you make two poor people happy. A moment of happiness and love showing is a great gift for any couple. Poor or rich…"
Another said – "Thank you so much for your beautiful cards. It is not often that things are given freely away. Bless you and thank you. Have a fabulous festive season."
An elderly customer wrote – "I am 87, on a very fixed income, and am so happy I found your site... was able to send e-cards to all my family – could not have afforded even one if I had to pay for the service! Thank you all so very much…"
Says Arvind Kajaria, Founder of 123Greetings.com, "At times we dot-com companies forget the meaning and impact of the work we do. Such reminders from our users are humbling and we thank all our users the world over. On this occasion of Easter 2013, we wish everyone a refreshing, rejuvenating and happy Easter, and renew our commitment to providing the very best service, free of cost."
Every year users view over 3 million Easter wishes on 123Greetings.com. Easter greetings on 123Greetings.com feature a wide range of cards across 15 categories, including cards featuring Easter Bunnies and Easter Eggs. The selection presents over 540 expressions to choose from.
123Greetings.com is the world's leading online destination for human expressions reaching over 95 million visitors annually. Drawing from its tag line "Free Greetings for the Planet" the service exemplifies the notion that the best things are free in our planet and so should wishes, greetings and personal expressions be. Its offering of over 37,500 greeting cards covers a mix of 3,000 seasonal & everyday categories.
For details visit www.123greetings.com.