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Action Envelope becomes Envelopes.com

Press release from the issuing company

Lindenhurst, NY – The U.S. Postal Service may have delivered 25 billion less pieces of mail this year than the year before, but that doesn't bother Envelopes.com one bit. At a time when emailing, text messaging, tweeting and video chatting are hugely popular means of communicating, the recently renamed online supplier of traditional stationery and envelopes has no intention of going the way of the ice box and the rotary phone. In fact, Envelopes.com, formerly Action Envelope, is not only holding its own against its digital competition, but is rapidly growing its business.
"In today's world of instant electronic communication, there's a perception that the personal touch and the use of paper and printing – and even handwriting – is becoming obsolete," said Seth Newman, president of Envelopes.com. "Whether it's used for a personal note, a wedding or event invitation, a business letter, an invoice or a thank you note, the envelope is still on the front line of meaningful communiqué."
Envelopes.com (www.envelopes.com) is now expanding its offerings to businesses, organizations and individuals worldwide. The company's new name is part of a strategic move to further solidify its leadership position within the industry, with a defining domain name that clearly demonstrates its focus on all things involving envelopes and their use. This includes adding hundreds of new high-quality products and services at the best value, while continuing to provide the broadest product range, lowest costs, greatest scope of services and most consistent and diligent customer service.
"The growth of our operation is living proof that there is still a great demand for quality paper-based products as a means of communicating," said Newman. "We know that individuals and businesses still rely on traditional mail, and our understanding of what people want and need is the reason behind the exponential growth we've achieved over the last ten years.
Envelopes.com is already unveiling hundreds of new products including new styles, colors and sizes of paper products, as well as new services such as digital calligraphy. Customers also benefit from special programs such as their Customer Loyalty Program, Trade Discount Program and High Volume Pricing that are geared to save money on each order.
"Paper correspondence that you can hold in your hand, feel the weight of, and respond to, provides a real value in an era where digital communication is instant and fleeting," added Newman. "It's hard to get that feeling from an email or a tweet. Besides, what do most people do with electronically delivered correspondence they want to keep – they print it out. We'd rather see that correspondence arrive in a quality envelope."