Christmas lights are shining so brightly everywhere and it’s the time of the year for cakes, carols, laughter, and reindeer. We, at Nabell USA Corporation, are all gearing towards celebrating the joyful holiday season hoping it to be extraordinary, memorable and relaxing. With chilling winds and howls outside, we are also making a way for a fresh and bright New Year! Now, is the perfect time to wish all of you Merry Christmas. May the magic and the wonder of the holiday season stay with you and bring you good health, much happiness, and plenty of prosperity.
Holiday Season is the Best Opportunity to Say Thank You!
We would like to take this opportunity to thank our loyal customers who have made our success possible. This year, your patronage made all the difference, and we could prosper in business too. Thank you so much for a productive year and we appreciate the patience and trust you have shown so far. It’s been a pleasure serving you over the last year and we wish to have many more successful milestones with you in 2020 as well.
The holiday greetings would not be complete without mentioning the support of our valuable employees. You stood strong beside us in challenges and all the ups and downs. With creative solutions and smart work, each one you have contributed to timely project completion. All of these actions have certainly helped us gain a competitive advantage in the market. As we mark another year in our business, we remember you and appreciate your hard work and dedication. You have been a valuable resource to the company and we thank you for being such faithful, loyal employees.
Together We will Grow and Succeed
Thank you once again for being a part of our beautiful team. May you have a great holiday season filled with beautiful moments, treasured memories, and happiness! We look forward to reconnecting with you all in the New Year with new hope and business opportunities!
Holiday Season Announcement
On account of Christmas and New Year, Nabell will be closed on Dec. 24th & 25th and again on Dec. 31st and Jan. 1st.