The Ci2 Digital Christmas Card for 2012!
Each year our company creates and launches a fun digital Christmas Card dating all the way back to 1997!
Many of our clients start asking us in the fall what the theme will be - it is great to see their enthusiasm! This year we have tried to get back to our roots and create a simple but fun card.
So it is with our pleasure we say thank you for your support and we look forward to a most excellent New Year!
Click here to view the 2012 Ci2 Digital Christmas Card!
We have curated some fun Christmas Trivia for you and we hope you enjoy this grouping of interesting facts!
- The first Christmas Carols were introduced by St. Francis of Assisi – the
patron Saint of animals and the environment.
- Boxing Day is derived from collecting donations in alms-boxes in
churches. The proceeds were given to the poor and needy.
- A short amnesty was called on Christmas Eve 1914 during World War I and
both allied and German soldiers came out of their trenches to meet. They
exchanged presents, sang carols and even had a game of football (soccer).
- The carol "Jingle Bells" was originally published as "One Horse Open
Sleigh" and was actually written for Thanksgiving!
- If your true love actually gave you all the gifts listed in the "The
Twelve Days of Christmas" you would have 364 presents!
- In 1841 Prince Albert set up the first Christmas tree in Windsor Castle
following a German tradition thus making them popular in the United Kingdom.
- Amazingly, 1 in 3 men will hold out till Christmas Eve to complete their
- Over 1.7 billion candy canes are made for the Christmas holidays!
- On average most people spend 2.5 hours wrapping presents.
- Statistics indicate many people are shopping far more online than ever
- It is said that the beautiful Christmas carol "Silent Night" was created
when the church organ had broke down.
- The pop drink company Coca Cola was the first beverage company to use
the image of Santa in their advertising.
- Real Christmas trees in your home can help remove dust and pollen from
- Good King Wenceslaus was the Duke of Bohemia!
Merry Christmas from all of us to all of you!