hallmark card statistics

Hallmark Card Statistics

Hallmark Card Statistics Data
Total number of Hallmark greeting cards purchased in 2015 4,750,000,000
Total annual revenue for Hallmark Cards $4,250,000,000
Number of languages Hallmark Cards are printed in 30
Total number of countries Hallmark cards circulate in 100
Total number of year round design selection for Hallmark card 21,000
Total number of Hallmark Cards made specifically for Valentines day 1,400
Total number of worldwide full-time Hallmark employees 13,000
Total number of new and redesigned greeting cards each year 10,000
Total number of Hallmark products available at any one time 49,000
Total number of Hallmark retail outlets in the U.S. 38,000
Holidays Ranked by Most Cards Sent Number of Cards Sent
1. Christmas (including boxed and individual) 1.5 billion
2. Valentine’s Day (including boxed and individual) 144 million
3. Mother’s Day 133 million
4. Fathers Day 94 million
5. Easter 57 million
6. Halloween 20 million
7. Thanksgiving 10 million
8. St. Patrick’s day 8 million
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Hallmark Cards is a privately owned American company based in Kansas City, Missouri. Founded in 1910 by Joyce Hall, Hallmark is the largest manufacturer of greeting cards in the United States. Joyce Clyde Hall became captivated by a salesman who stopped by his family's store in 1906 in Norfolk, Nebraska. Driven by the postcard craze of 1903, Hall decided to venture from retail of various products to wholesale of postcards.

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Source: Hallmark Cards Inc.
Research Date: February 8th, 2016

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