Pass along your greetings online

The Terrace Standard is once again offering its online readers a service

  • Dec. 21, 2011 11:00 a.m.

THE TERRACE Standard once again offers its online readers the opportunity to pass along season’s greetings online.

With the assistance of Terrace Totem Ford, it’s easy to post a greetings online.

Look for one of the Terrace Totem Ford ad on our homepage or on any of the category headings and click.

You’ll be taken to an easy-to-use form.

There’s even the ability to post a photo.

And to check on greetings posted by others, simply click on a Terrace Totem Ford ad again.

Readers can also scroll down the right hand side of our homepage to the box marked “Christmas Greetings” and click.

 

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