Atlanta startup Culture Greeting Cards launches diverse card lineup

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Culture Greetings, an Atlanta, Ga-based tech startup, launched a collection of African American printed greeting cards with diverse themes. The company says the new collection stands out from many commercially available greeting cards as it features artworks depicting African-American people and culture, as well as other ethnicities.

The range of designs covers birthdays, anniversaries, baptisms, christenings, weddings, engagements, and graduations, as well as holidays like Christmas and Thanksgiving, and more specialized themes like African proverbs, Black art, Latino art, LGBTQ, sensuality, social awareness, sisterhood, and even quarantine.

The company is founded by Dr. Dionne Mahaffey, a serial entrepreneur and founder the WhereU app, the Grateful Goals journal planner, The Purpose Coaching Institute and various other brands.

Culture Greetings offers various customization options for the greeting cards. Customers may select from any of the pre-existing designs and personalize the card by adding their own message. They may also pick from a dozen font styles that mimic real handwriting and upload their own photos and use them on the cards.


To make the African American greeting cards even more special, customers may also add a gift card from brands like Starbucks, Amazon, Target, Fandango, Coldstone Creamery, Subway, iTunes, Olive Garden, Home Depot, and Best Buy. The customer selects their preferred gift card from the various options available and Culture Greetings will mail it along with the greeting card.