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Gramz.com Launches New Video Greetings Website

November 6, 2013

Six year-old boy inspires custom-made video greetings website. Stars take personalized video messages, e-cards and e-gifts to the next level.

London, England (PRWEB) November 06, 2013

The social media explosion means everyone is now much closer to their favourite celebrities. It’s easy enough to follow the Kardashians, Paris Hilton or David Beckham on Twitter and get a glimpse into their real lives but a new community site is aiming to take interaction to the next level.

Sometimes, the idol in question might answer a tweet, but imagine the thrill if they actually sent a private message in more than just 140 characters. Gramz.com is set to turn that dream into reality with a ground-breaking concept of personalised messages from the stars their lookalikes and many other strange talents from tattooed folk for body art fans to clowns and princesses for kids’ birthdays.

Gramz.com provides video messages for loved ones for any occasion. Whether it is for a birthday or anniversary message, a good luck greeting or just to tell someone you love them, a Gramz.com video will be something to cherish and keep forever.

Robb Cain from Gramz.com said: “This really is a whole new concept in personalised greetings, that will make someone’s day with a special message they can keep and play back again and again.”

The idea originated from Mr Cain's Six year old son Buddy, who was less than pleased with his regular Birthday card last year. Questioning Dad, Buddy asked why Spiderman could not just “pop in” to say a quick Happy Birthday personally. When it was explained that Spidey is a little busy these days, he then asked for the next best thing. “Well, how about if he just sent me a video clip?” and from this, Gramz.com was born. It has since expanded in a big way, but Buddy still consults and approves all new changes, claims Buddy's first employee, Dad.

Mr Cain goes on to explain the possibilities with Gramz greetings: “Maybe you order a Happy Birthday Mr President from Marilyn Monroe to your special man, or perhaps a Congratulations Sucka from Mr T? We aim to have it all, from a Terminator T800 wishing you a great retirement, to a Clown cheering up a sick child, to Britney Spears wishing you Good Luck and singing you a personal song! The possibilities really are endless, and the beauty of Gramz.com is that it is a gift that is truly unique and made just for the receiver.”

The website is always looking for new interesting people to share their skills and offer their talent in the form of custom greeting cards. So phase one is to load up on general talent, then to later move into Celebrities. Robb Cain adds, “We are also talking with companies to set up corporate campaigns as these video gramz can be very viral.”

Young Buddy Cain, the inventor of it all, is happy with how things have grown thus far and is now ready to take it to the next level (or allow his Father too).

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