Greeting Cards for Inmates

Attorney Terrye L. Cheathem (really?) noticed that a niche that Hallmark isn't serving, and decided to do something about it.

"With more than 2.5 million people incarcerated in the Unites States today, I saw that there was a tremendous need," she said.

Some express simple good wishes: "We are all praying for you while you do your time."

But most show a tougher sort of love. A Christmas greeting partly reads: "You had the choice to be 'naughty or nice.' And you chose ... Oh well, now you have to do your time."

Cheathem said she came up with the cards when her brother-in-law served 11 months in prison. She said she went searching for the appropriate greeting card, but couldn't find what she was looking for.

"There weren't any cards on the shelf that said anything like,
'Hey, you must make better choices,'" she said.

Her company, Three Squares Greetings, has the tagline of "Greeting Cards for Those Who Can't Come Home" ...

Link | Three Squares Greetings - via AdFreak


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that's just poor taste, that's all... good grief. I've made prison visits- I can't think of a single person in there I'd send one to. Either they have a major attitude already or they're sorry- either way, they don't need this. Why don't you just package up a sermon along with it.
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When I saw that picture I thought it was inmates sending cards to people.

so I read "thinking of you" and saw the guy in the picture and thought he was thinking of killing you when he got out.

Anyways that would be funny (not killing people but if someone made cards like that).
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yeaahh... you think if they're in there they'd be getting the message already. WITHOUT the pessimistic greeting cards coming along.
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