New service assists newlyweds in tedious task of writing thank you notes

ArkNet Media launches Wedding Thank You Writer, which offers newlyweds handwritten thank you cards for wedding guests
(PR NewsChannel) / September 29, 2011 / VALLEY STREAM, N.Y. 

One of the necessary evils of getting married is writing thank you cards to guests for their thoughtful gifts. But thanks to the innovative leadership of ArkNet Media, each of those deserving guests can receive a handwritten note without the newlyweds ever having to pick up a pen.

ArkNet Media’s latest business endeavor, Wedding Thank You Writer, offers a team of dedicated writers to handwrite thank you notes to each wedding guest. Their staff includes men and women who have exceptional penmanship who provide recipients with a note customized according to the happy couple’s desires. Pricing begins at $2.50 per card with additional options to include stamps and even the entire mailing process.

The customizations that this new wedding solutions provider offers are seemingly limitless. Clients have the option of drafting a generic response or can include a list of gifts to coincide with each guest. Couples can also provide special notations for friends, family members, co-workers or any other certain individuals. Other customization options include print or cursive writing, the ability to sign your own name at the bottom and the ability to send a return gift as a sign of appreciation.

At www.WeddingThankYouWriter.com, newlyweds can begin the process of ordering their handwritten thank you notes. A sample card will be sent to the couple, allowing for further customization and avoiding the possibility of a potentially unsatisfied client. After the client is satisfied, the writers dedicate themselves to the entirety of the list in less than two weeks.

Ryan Alovis, president of ArkNet Media, came up with the idea after speaking with many newlyweds who said writing thank you cards is one of the most stressful aspects of getting married.

“Many couples told me thank you notes are one of those things that get pushed to the side. I have personally received a card months after the wedding. The bottom line is that people pay for their clothing to be washed, for their dinner to be prepared and for the oil in their car to be changed. Why wouldn’t people want to pay for this service as well?” Alovis says.

Alovis founded ArkNet Media in 2005, and was voted to the Long Island Business News’ 40 under 40 list in 2010. Alovis has used his success as an avenue to give back to his community, founding Silver Lining Society, an organization that raises money and awareness for pediatric cancer. Since its inception in 2006, the organization has raised more than $250,000.

About ArkNet Media: ArkNet Media, headquartered in Valley Stream, N.Y., was launched in 2005 as an interactive agency that owns and operates a series of successful online companies. Since then, the company has become a well respected and fast growing business with successful eCommerce and service sites under its sphere of influence.  These sites include MagazineDiscountCenter.com, LensDirect.com and NewAlarms.com. Along with providing premier service for its clients, ArkNet Media is dedicated to charitable gifts, partnering with Silver Lining Society in an attempt to raise money for pediatric cancer.

MEDIA CONTACT
Donna Venturo
Director of Affiliate Marketing
Phone: (800) 898-5367
Fax: (516) 561-9499

Direct link:  https://prnewschannel.com/2011/09/29/new-service-assists-newlyweds-in-tedious-task-of-writing-thank-you-notes/

SOURCE:  ArkNet Media

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