SEATTLE WA - Azalea Software has just made available their annual gift to the public, the 2013 Azalea calendar, available as a free download.
It started out as a small holiday giveaway for Azalea’s customers, resellers and distributors, a practical gift with fun designs. From orchids to two-dimensional barcodes to wry street signs, each year’s calendars have quirky themes presented in high quality photographs and images created by Azalea’s president and CEO Jerry Whiting.
The calendars have grown in popularity over time. Even when Azalea stopped printing hard copy calendars and moved to the more modern digital version, visitors to their web site continue to download the calendars throughout the entire year, every year.
“No matter how things are going in the world,” says Whiting, “with our calendars we like to think that people have a small, daily reminder that there is still silliness afoot and fun to be had. My father gave his clients gifts every year and I’m just carrying on his tradition.”
The 2013 Azalea calendar can be downloaded or shared for free online at http://azalea.com/calendar/ As in years past, this year’s calendar includes a QR barcode that leads to an Easter egg.
Azalea Software, Inc. [Seattle WA] has been publishing barcode fonts, software and other tools for over 20 years and continues to have a great time doing it. They can be found on the web at www.azalea.com, by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at 1.206.341.9500. Jerry Whiting publishes JetCityOrange, a website that also offers free 2013 calendars [http://JetCityOrange.com/calendar/]
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