We’re So Thankful for You – We Thought We’d Do Something Special to Prove It

“An offline solution purveyor who doesn’t print and send an awesome dimensional mailer or even a card to show appreciation for its clients on Thanksgiving,” you say? Bingo. This year, instead of putting our creativity and resources into a cool mail piece or delicious pie delivery, we decided to raise the bar and focus on thanking those in our community who have given just about all they have left to give – senior residents of the Little Sisters of the Poor Sacred Heart Home in Oregon.

On Sunday, November 9th, Homewood’s leadership and staff volunteers attended mass, served lunch and called bingo for guests of the home, all in the name of our customers. Don’t get us wrong – printing and mailing are in our DNA, but our psyche can handle sending an online greeting this year and placing our energy into a truly worthwhile cause. As we all know, in the big picture, giving thanks frequently involves giving back. Regardless of what some football coaches and a certain college president may say, no one can beat the Little Sisters of the Poor, especially when it comes to compassion, care and love.

If we don’t have another opportunity to tell you in the meantime, Happy Thanksgiving from Homewood!




From left to right:

Stacey Belkofer, Rita Cardone, Brian Barton,

and Mario Cardone.
















From left to right:

Stacey Belkofer, Scott Dubuc, Brian Barton,

Ernie Zuccarell, Emily Dubuc, Dan Curson

and Mark Dubuc.