The Company signs an agreement with Card Isle to provide customized greeting cards
At John’s Crazy Socks, we commit ourselves to making personal connections with our customers. As part of that commitment, John’s Crazy Socks now offers personalized greeting cards powered by Card Isle. Customers can pick from thousands of cards or design their own and can also add their own text or notes to the greeting card.
“I am so excited,” said John Cronin, co-founder and Chief Happiness Officer at John’s Crazy Socks. “Many of our customers purchase gifts from our store and they can now add a greeting card to go with their gift.”
During the check-out process, customers elect to add a greeting card to their order. Customers can personalize their greeting card. They can choose the design they want or upload their own design. Then they can choose the text they want in the card or they can create their own text. John’s Crazy Socks then prints the customized greeting card and adds it to the order.
“These Card Isle cards are beautiful and match the highest quality of any card you can buy in a store,” said Mark X. Cronin, John’s co-founder and father. “They are personalized for you and make the gifts you send all the more special. Working with Card Isle, we can produce these cards on the fly so we can still fulfill our promise of same day shipping.”
“We may be the world’s largest sock store – offering more than 4,000 socks – but we always want to make the personal connection with our customers. Every package gets a handwritten thank you note from John, a package of candy and includes the picture and name of the person who packed your order. Now, customers can add personalized greeting cards,” said Mark.
“We love this partnership,” said Sarah Orren, Director of Operations for Card Isle. “John’s Crazy Socks has a state-of-the-art fulfillment process and eCommerce website so it was simple for us to implement our turn-key personalized greeting cards solution. Both organizations are committed to creating personalized experiences for customers, so our ability to allow John to add customized greeting cards is ideal.”
Andrew Neter, Lord of the Socks at John’s Crazy Socks (a.k.a. head of fulfillment) said, “Card Isle made it easy to integrate the card production process with our fulfillment process. We share a commitment to excellence.”
The personalized greeting card cost $4.99, a better price than one would pay in the store for a similar quality card. The price includes the custom design, the card and the envelope.
John Cronin said, “We have a mission to spread happiness and the personalized greeting cards will spread a lot of happiness.”
About Card Isle
Card Isle is committed to preserving and updating the traditional practice of greeting card giving for the digital age. Founded in 2013, Card Isle works to make greeting cards more personal, accessible and meaningful. Card Isle has brought to market multiple internet connected print-on-demand greeting card technologies and is the leading personalized greeting card provider in the floral, grocery and ecommerce markets. Card Isle partners with hundreds of independent artists around the world to bring personalized and unique designs to retailers near you. If you would like to learn more about Card Isle, visit www.cardisle.com or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
About John’s Crazy Socks
John’s Crazy Socks was inspired by John Lee Cronin, a young man with Down syndrome, and his love of colorful and fun socks—what he calls his “crazy socks.” He and his father, Mark X. Cronin, started the company as a social enterprise with a mission of Spreading Happiness™. With more than 4,000 socks, John’s Crazy Socks is now the world’s largest sock store. More than half their employees have a differing ability, and their Giving Back program has raised over $550,000 for charity partners like the Special Olympics, the National Down Syndrome Society, and the Autism Society of America. Most of all, they are Spreading Happiness™.
For more information about John’s Crazy Socks, visit our webpage, Facebook page, Instagram account or YouTube channel. You can also contact us at 631-760-5625 or via email at email@example.com.