Clinton Cards – there was a time when they weren’t just a place to buy a greeting card; they were a reflection of sentiment, an embodiment of thoughtfulness. Holding 25% of the greeting card market, they captured the hearts and emotions of many.

But true vision isn’t just about seeing where the world is; it’s about understanding where the world is going. As the digital age dawned, the essence of expression began to transform. People didn’t just want paper cards; they sought new, instant, and innovative ways to convey their feelings.

Clinton Cards had the foundation and the legacy, but they missed the future. They clung to the tangible, overlooking the digital revolution and the reshaping of human connection. In the world of business, as in life, it’s not enough to be good at what you do; you must evolve, reimagine, and never stop dreaming bigger.

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