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GroupCard lets siblings send Mother's Day e-cards with social gifting

Everyone has sent an e-card at one time or another. Now, Atlanta-based InComm has launched GroupCard, which takes e-cards to the next level by incorporating social gifting. InComm, which offers gift cards for retail outlets has now developed a system which incorporates use of the popular social network Facebook. The system lets merchants bring gift cards to their websites and Facebook Fan pages.

For Mother's Day, the whole extended family can sign a special card and chip in to a gift card for moms, which can turn many smaller contributions into one really great gift.

For more information and to create your card, visit http://www.groupcard.com/.

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Comments

  • LYarn 4 years ago

    This is great information! I hope the idea in the the article was used by family members who were not home for Mother's Day.

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