Behind the Scenes Holiday Cards Have Arrived

Orders for the the ESTA Foundation's Behind the Scenes holiday cards must be made by September 28th. There are three unique designs to choose from, including cards created by design luminaries Eugene Lee and Tony Walton. Any of the cards can be customized with your company greeting and logo with a minimum order of 500 cards of any one design. All proceeds benefit Behind the Scenes.

"The holidays are a time when the many companies in our industry thank their clients, friends, and colleagues for their support throughout the year," explains Rick Rudolph, chair, Behind the Scenes Committee "What better way to convey those warm wishes and thanks than by sending the Behind the Scenes holiday cards showing you wish to return that support should it ever be needed. The industry has really been supportive of the Behind the Scenes initiative allowing us to offer financial support to some of our colleagues when they needed it most. The holiday card program is a great way for companies to donate to the program and at the same time help spread the word about Behind the Scenes."

The ESTA Foundation was honored to have both Tony Walton and Eugene Lee supply art for two of the cards being offered as part of the inaugural year of this program. All the card designs incorporate a Ghostlight representing the Behind the Scenes logo and our industry's commitment to never leave our colleagues in the dark. By customizing their card order companies can include their own greeting and logo adding a personal touch while showing support to this industry wide initiative.

Orders for holiday cards will be taken until September 28, 2007 and will be shipped in early November. All proceeds will benefit The ESTA Foundation's Behind the Scenes program. To view the card designs and order online, visit

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