The December issue of Jensen’s Healthy Home News is here! Check out the Special Insert in the complete newsletter and find out why you need to act fast if you want your carpets cleaned before your holiday guests arrive. The new newsletter also has some info to get you in the holiday spirit, plus Joel’s tip on getting chewing gum out of carpeting, healthy snacks and treats, December fun facts plus a lot more, including the Mega Trivia Question—the first six people who call with the correct answer will win a $15 gift certificate to Pizza Ranch. Click Jensen’s Healthy Home News to download the complete newsletter. Here are some highlights:
There are only a few appointments left in our schedule before the holidays. Don’t miss out on a pre-holiday cleaning… call now! Many of our clients have responded to our reminders about calling us early for pre-holiday carpet cleaning, but if you are one of those people who still needs to grab an appointment waiting much longer can be…
A real bummer.
It happens every year, like clockwork. At the eleventh hour we get a desperate phone call from a dear client who has let “clean the carpets before the holiday guests arrive” slip to the bottom of their “to-do list.” Unfortunately, when they call we’re usually already booked solid. That’s when the begging and pleading begins. If only they would have called us sooner, by the time their holiday guests and parties arrived their carpet would have looked…Brand spanking new! Instead of fluffy, healthy, clean carpets before the holidays, this client often finds themselves on our “cancellation list” with their fingers crossed. Please don’t let that be you this year. Don’t worry, at this point, you can still have clean carpets before your guests and parties and festivities commence. You can still have your tired carpets transformed into fluffy, clean carpet. You can still have all your spots and spills removed. (The ones that have been bugging you since last Christmas.) Because…It’s NOT too late, yet.
You still have a little bit of time to call us and grab a pre-holiday cleaning appointment, but only if you call now. So, if you want your carpets to shine for your guests, parties and celebrations please don’t wait one more day…. grab your phone right now and call us at 920-393-4062 or contact us by e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org just say or write in the subject line “Pre-Holiday Cleaning Now!”
Don’t Miss Out On A Pre-Holiday Cleaning! Call Jensen’s Carpet Care & Restoration at 920-393-4062, or email: email@example.com before December 31, 2022, and:
- Save $20 OFF Carpet Cleaning*
- Save 33% OFF Carpet Protection**
*Some restrictions may apply. Minimum charge always applies. Not valid with other offers. **Must be in combination with carpet cleaning.
Before we forget… If you hear of any friends having holiday guests this month please be sure to call or email us and we will give them a FREE room of carpet cleaning in your name! Thanks! P.S. We will send you a $10 Gift Certificate for your referral. So thanks in advance!!
The story behind Jingle Bells
Bostonian James Pierpont wrote “Jingle Bells” in the 1850s. It alluded to the annual sleigh races on the mile-long stretch between the squares in Medford and Malden, towns near Boston. The song was published in 1857. Some music historians say that Pierpont originally wrote it as a Thanksgiving song for a children’s church program. Others felt that “Jingle Bells” was quite racy for its time, noting its references to speed racing and courting verses, such as “go it while you’re young.” These made it unacceptable for church use. Pierpont, the son of a minister, was considered something of a rogue. He died in 1893 before his song became a hit. In 1902, the Hayden Quartet, a barbershop group, recorded it and helped spread its popularity.
The smile emoticon turns 40
Happy Birthday, smiley face 🙂
The smiley face emoticon — and its less happy cousin, the frowny face — turned 40 this year. Scott Fahlman, a Carnegie Mellon University computer science professor is responsible for creating it. He created it on an electronic bulletin board as a way to indicate jokes or sarcasm. The emoticon was really the beginning emojis, which have changed the way we communicate.