Legal Industry Survey of Holiday Card Practices

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In the United States, Thanksgiving is barely over, but the holiday card season is well under way. At ContactEase, we’ve talked to many marketers about managing the holiday card process at their firms. While some firms have moved from traditional paper cards to electronic ones, it seems that holiday cards are still very much a part of a firm’s relationships and traditions. Are we right? We’d love to get your thoughts on the subject. We’re conducting an industry-wide survey of lawyers and marketers to understand:

  • The importance of holiday cards
  • What firms are doing
  • How opinions differ between lawyers and marketers

Please visit https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/HolidayCards to take the survey. It should take about three minutes to complete. Feel free to share the link with other law firm marketers and lawyers who may have an interest. We plan to summarize these results in an upcoming white paper and will be happy to share the results with anyone who participates. 

ContactEase Holiday Traditions: P.J. Sawchuk, Director of Support & Technology 

If you’ve spent any time with our Director of Support & Technology, P.J. Sawchuk, you know how passionate he is about food. As it turns out, that extends to his family as well! One of P.J.’s favorite holiday traditions is the Feast of the Seven Fishes. This Italian-American tradition is a celebration on Christmas Eve that typically includes fish and other seafood.

Of his family’s tradition, P.J. says, “We shoot for double digits. While you’ll always see things like shrimp, scallops and crab cakes [note: P.J. resides in the Baltimore area], we like to experiment, too. Some family favorites include bacalao (a salted cod dish) and an escarole with bread crumbs, olives, anchovies and capers. Big flavor!”

What’s your favorite holiday tradition? Let us know in the comments!

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