I was especially happy to see that
- the right case (objective) was used in "No matter whom you're shopping for this holiday season";
- parallelism was preserved in "you'll find truly unusual gifts that evoke happy days, promote warm feelings, and bring a beaming smile to the face";
- a hyphen was used in the adjectival compound "a family-owned business";
- no comma separated adjectives in "special young person";
- no comma appeared before the restrictive clause "when young ones raced downstairs"; and
- that was used to denote the restrictive in "a family and a tradition that have endured."
- We will celebrate being part of a family and a tradition that have endured through hard work, frugality, imagination, and ingenuity. [The last four nouns are nothing special by themselves, but together they are fresh and strong.]
- We will celebrate the vast and growing audience of customers who today are part of that tradition, expanding it through their own deeply-valued stories and memories.
- We are delighted to welcome you to this tradition and to our family.