Going Beyond The Seder This Passover

New York, NY, March 21, 2013: The Passover Seder marks the beginning of Passover celebrations¸ with the matzo, wine and other symbolic foods associated with Passover. What is perhaps one of the most important rituals on Passover is the passing down of the exodus tale to the next generation.

It might be important to engage the next generation, family, relatives and friends, on various platforms, including modern ones, to effectively reach out to all and establish a firm sense of gratitude and celebration on Passover.

Last year, over 90,000 people had sent Passover wishes to their friends and family via 123Greetings.com. This year the figure is expected to be more as 123Greetings has given a renewed push with over 180 expressions available across six categories for people to choose from.

Arvind Kajaria, Founder of 123Greetings.com, says "Passover is a meaningful and cherished festival and for Passover 2013 we’re targeting to help at least 100,000 people to reach out to friends and family using 123Greetings.com. More than numbers, the sense of purpose is to enable passing on the Passover story and messages to the next generation using modern methods which might have a unique appeal to youngsters."

About 123Greetings:

123Greetings.com is the world's leading online destination for human expressions reaching over 95 million visitors annually. Drawing from its tag line "Free Greetings for the Planet" the service exemplifies the notion that the best things are free in our planet and so should wishes, greetings and personal expressions be. Its offering of over 37,500 greeting cards covers a mix of 3,000 seasonal & everyday categories.

For details, visit www.123greetings.com