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Tamebay: We’re signing off for Christmas

By Dan Wilson December 22, 2016 - 8:45 am

christmas-reindeerIt’s that time of year and Team Tamebay is signing off until the New Year. We wish you a Merry Christmas.

As is traditional, whatever your faith, or none, we send our best regards to you, your loved ones and your business. And we hope for a successful, happy and prosperous 2017 for all Tamebay readers. We’ll be back in no time, refreshed and invigorated, with the aim of helping you to grow and develop your business in 2017. And (spoiler alert) we’ll have a shiny new Tamebay website very soon too.

Obviously, if anything does turn up, we’ll write about it and you can stay abreast of the most vital news. But it will very much be what Chris and I term a “Sunday service” until the New Year.

Everyone deserves a bit of a rest at this time of year (and hopefully some indulgence), especially after what we trust has been a very successful selling season.

We’ll also be turning off the daily email, so you won’t be disturbed by us before January. But if you do want to keep up with anything we publish between now and the 3rd, don’t forget we’ll be on Twitter and Facebook.

And Christmas is the ideal time to say ‘Thank You’. Chris and I are grateful through the year for the help you give us. You send us the best stories, you chime in with vital comments, share your expertise with other readers and you keep us on our toes too with your critiques. We couldn’t do it without you.

Here’s to 2017!

Best wishes,

Dan Wilson and Chris Dawson
Editors, Tamebay

  • Ian Montgomery
    7 months ago

    Merry Christmas to you both and looking forward to developments in 2017.

    Ian
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  • 7 months ago

    Merry Christmas :)

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