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How to Write a Heartfelt Thanksgiving Email (With Examples)

It’s nearly time for Thanksgiving…

Hopefully, most of us will be able to spend that time with those who we care about the most, like family, friends, or our best office buddies.

Before that happens though – and we’re keeping our fingers crossed for it to happen – we can use this time to craft a truly thoughtful and warm thanksgiving emails.

And there’s good news for small businesses: Thanksgiving email campaigns can also boost revenue. The National Retail Federation predicts shoppers spend over $1000 on thanksgiving weekend, totaling over $700 billion.

So, to cash in on the spending spree, your thanksgiving emails should capture a customer’s interest and land in their inbox at the perfect time.

And there’s a big difference between how you should send your best wishes to your boss and how you should write to your loved ones.

But no matter who you’re sending a thanksgiving email to, there’s one part that will stay the same: a message of appreciation.

So without further ado, here’s how to write a truly heartwarming thanksgiving email for different categories of people and situations.

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Additional Links:

Thanksgiving Weekend Ecommerce To-Do List: 7 Ways to Prepare (Ecomdash)

35 Points Ecommerce Checklist for Holiday Sales 2020: Get Ready For Post-Pandemic World 2020 (MakeWebBetter)