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March 06, 2017

Eppie the Dog is the spokes-canine for MemoryTag Greeting Cards.

You’ve heard about the television dog Lassie, well Lassie, you’re old news. Your TV show is long gone off the air (only in reruns).

It’s Eppie the Dog’s time in the spotlight.

Eppie the Dog, that adorable cute little white-face poodle, so take that all you pure-bred snob dogs out there. Eppie knows poodles are the most intelligent of all dog breeds and Eppie said she would stack her intellect up against any contender.

It was Eppie who promised to make greeting cards great again, and she wears a baseball cap that says “Make American Greeting Cards Great Again.”

She promised to take greeting cards out of the old boring format, a chunk of cardboard with a brainless statement written on it by some hack (that means an untalented writer), that could apply to anyone. That kind of card, Joe could read it, Mary could read it, I could read it. It doesn’t matter. It could be sent to all of us. That stupid old greeting card that says “Thinking of you,” and wow, isn’t that clever?

It took someone 15 minutes to think that one up.

That kind of card (one-size-fits-all) applies to everybody and nobody.

Instead, MemoryTag personalized the greeting card using the technology of your smartphone to turn a common greeting card into a standup comedy performance, a heartfelt face-to-face promise of love, or friendship expressed in innumerable ways that can only be right for the one person in the whole world who gets it—you.

The personalized greeting card.

You download the patented MemoryTag app with your smartphone and then record your (video) message for the recipient of the card. Whatever you want to say is placed on a small patch on the card. The receiver of the card takes their smartphone (they also download the app), opens the card and views your message. Or photos you want to post.

They can also view your message on the MemoryTag website.

The result is a permanent greeting that can be viewed over and again. Not some old piece of cardboard lost or discarded within a day.

Eppie became a spokes-dog for MemoryTag during the time the company grew by (pardon the pun) leaps and bounds, and as the company grew so did the stardom of Eppie. Eppie pledged to bring change to the decrepit old greeting card industry and its corporate giants, to shake things up and become a canine hero for all Americans and people around the world—-those sick of the old cards that someone sent to you after they glanced at it once on the card rack next to the toilet paper and purchased it at the grocery store.

“That’s no way for a person to be appreciated,” Eppie barked. “If you’re not willing to make a more meaningful message like a MemoryTag card, go ahead, send your boring card. The person who gets it, yawns and says “Isn’t that nice,” and throws it in the trash.

No it isn’t nice.

That’s not what you (the sender) want from a greeting card.

Eppie, who has been offered a starring role in the upcoming film, a remake of “Dog Day Afternoon,” said she plans to make numerous personal appearances and sign autographed paw scratches at the growing number of stores now carrying MemoryTag greeting cards (they fly off the shelf to be purchased), for example 7-Eleven Stores.

“I will not let stardom ruin me,” Eppie promise-yapped. “I’m really after all just a down-to-earth doggie who appreciates all her fans and I just want to thank you all. You’re beautiful.”

For more information on MemoryTag and Eppie the Dog go to https://memorytag.cards/.