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MARCH HARE: Imagine, just one birthday every yearMAD HATTER: Ah, but there are three hundred and sixty four unbirthdays!MARCH HARE:Precisely why we’re gathered here to cheerBOTH: A very merry unbirthday to you, to you
(Alice in Wonderland)
Many people have birthdays that fall around major holidays. Their birthdays get lost in the holiday celebrations leaving them to feel like their birthdays aren’t celebrated as much as those with non-holiday birthdays.
With that in mind, Chase Bank decided to throw a party for the often-forgotten holiday birthdayers.
So, reminiscent of Alice in Wonderland’s Very Merry Unbirthday, last week Chase threw a birthday party for the holiday birthdayers at the Manhattan World Trade Center Branch!
The festivities included delicious (non-alcoholic) beverages, hats and party paraphernalia, and of course, singing “Happy Birthday” and eating luscious birthday cakes created by Chelsweets.
In wishing everyone a very merry holiday birthday (or unbirthday, as the case may be), Chase reminded the guests that the Chase Freedom card, and the 5% cash back reward feature in particular, is perfect for occasions such as this – they encouraged holiday birthdayers and their loved ones to use their cash back credit card rewards to make these birthdays memorable rather than forgotten.
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