Dallas, TX, January 29, 2007 --(PR.com
)-- Want more than just a card, candy or flowers? Send that special person your memories of fun and romance with a new kind of greeting, a KindlySpeaking.com tribute.
KindlySpeaking.com is a new website devoted to kindness. And what better way to show kindness and love on Valentine’s Day than with a customized tribute of photos and words that expresses how much you love that special person. A KindlySpeaking.com tribute is much more than a card. It is easy, low-cost, and looks like you spent a million.
KindlySpeaking.com was started by Neil and Jane Foote who share more than their quest for kindness. Neil performed an extraordinary act of love and bravery by giving her one of his kidneys 11 years ago, when such organ donations were relatively rare. They were featured in the book “A Love Supreme” about couples, including Colin and Alma Powell, whose love truly lasts.
“Valentine’s Day requires something special,” said Jane Foote, a veteran journalist. “Why send a card written by someone else? For a few dollars more you can deliver a lavish tribute to show even more how much you care.”
Neil Foote, who has consulted entrepreneurs and executives on websites for the past 10 years, added, “Finding the right card is always hard to do. KindlySpeaking.com makes it easy. At your convenience any time of the day or night, you can log on to the site; create your Valentine’s Day greeting with your pictures and words, then send it instantly. No last minute dash to the grocery store to pick out a pre-packaged card and no need to sort through cluttered websites for an e-card.”
KindlySpeaking.com is easy to use and registration to the site is free. First, select one background from among dozens of beautiful designs and then add words. Next, choose from more than two dozen specially written paragraphs describing various characteristics of the honoree, such as courageous and hard-working. Or you can write your own prose. Then upload as many as 10 photos that recall the fun and romance of your relationship. Customers create lasting online tributes that can be shared with loved ones around the globe. Friends to whom you send the tribute can even contribute their own kind comments about the honoree. Others to whom you have not sent the site, cannot access it, keeping it safe and family-friendly.
Two packages are offered: the ‘premium’ allows visitors to create a tribute with a colorful background, ten (10) pictures and words (up to 2,000 characters) for only $12.99; a ‘basic’ package offers a simple background with fewer words and five pictures for $9.99. The site accepts all major credit cards: VISA, MasterCard, American Express and Discover Card.
For more information, contact Scott Kinchen, Ambition MPR, email@example.com or 866.312-6633.