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Gloria Gaynor's disco anthem "I Will Survive" has become a smash hit all over again for Cleveland-based American Greetings.
But it's a cartoon turkey with an Afro that sings and dances to a Thanksgiving version of the song. The company says it's become its most popular electronic greeting card ever.
American Greetings says more than 30 (m) million computer users have seen the e-card so far this month. It was viewed more than two (m) million times yesterday alone, after the card was featured on "Good Morning America" and in U-S-A Today.
American Greetings marketing chief Steven Willensky says people enjoy looking at the lighter side of the holidays.
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