Care a bit more for Christmas

Inspiration: Care a bit more for Christmas

Did you invite your family and friends for dinner and a game of Scrabble? Read this and think again..

Posted on December 13th, 2012 by Glyn Duijzer

It’s getting colder and colder outside, snow is falling, water is freezing.. yes, it’s almost Christmas! That time of the year when we invite family, friends and neighbors into our homes. Guests get the best attention as we prepare all kinds of good food for them. All because of this special time of the year: Christmas

Most of the time the food is good. Sometimes dads or grandpas even open their favorite bottle of Scotch after a nice dinner. So the drinks aren’t that bad as well. But what about the games. What games are we playing this year? Scrabble? Monopoly? Checkers or RISK maybe? 

Hey! Hello! It’s almost 2013 and we’re still playing games that have nothing to do with Christmas at this time of the year? Come on, think about how it makes Christmas feel. It’s like painting easter eggs on Thanksgiving! It’s time to care a bit more about this precious holiday.

This is why we’ve come up with something new. Last year we showed our love to websites because they need Christmas too. Actually they still do but now we wanted to make Christmas feel good about itself. And you can help with that! 

Go to www.supersteil.com/xmas and invite your fancy family and friends with their awesome smartphones and play the Snowballs game! Show how much you care about Christmas and beat that annoying boyfriend of your little sister and go for that high score!

We hope Christmas becomes a merry Christmas.. even for Christmas itself. Show Christmas some love and invite loved ones for this game or share it with family, friends and neighbors!

Play it now!

Merry Christmas!
The Supersteil Team

 

Glyn Duijzer - Managing partner / Account director

Glyn is one of the founding partner of Supersteil. He writes about business, client relations and developing new business.

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