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SmartPractice Japan cards

March 25, 2011
Postcards designed to raise money for Japanese earthquake and tsunami relief efforts.
PHOENIX, Arizona--SmartPractice has created a collection of postcards designed to raise money for Japanese earthquake and tsunami relief efforts.To read more about SmartPractice, go to SmartPractice.All 100% of the profits from the sale of these cards will be donated to the Japanese Red Cross Society. These cards were created as a tribute to the 66 employees of SmartPractice Japan and their families. Their courage and resolve in dealing with the aftermath of the March 11, 2011, earthquake, tsunami and ensuing nuclear emergency epitomizes resilience and strength. The postcards feature simple designs with iconic Japanese imagery such as origami cranes, bamboo and cherry blossoms, along with single-word phrase--including hope, strength, and resilience--shown in English and Japanese. Professionals in health-care disciplines can use these cards to communicate with patients and clients and let them know they stand in solidarity with the people of Japan. These efforts continue the tradition of SmartPractice employees initiating ways to help those affected by disasters worldwide through monetary and product donations. For more information, go to or call (800) 522-0800.To comment on this topic, go to