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Thursday, June 19, 2008

Corporate Gift Baskets

As you probably already know, "first impressions count". This certainly extends to gifts baskets. A fine quality gift basket makes for a brilliant presentation, whether the event is a wedding, arrival of a new baby, or business-related.

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The Elegant Gift Basket -- suitable for a variety of special occasions

At The Gift Basket Pros, there is a wide selection of gourmet corporate gift baskets, cookie bouquets, gift boxes, and more to choose from (Wine or Spa & Pamper gifts, anyone?).

The selection is impressive, along with the list of Forbes Fortune 500 companies that trust TGBP for their business gift giving services (American Express, AT&T, Harley Davidson, etc).

With the corporate holiday gift baskets, you can let your imagination and taste buds run wild!

Know someone that loves cookies and chocolate? Think of how it'd be like for them, to receive a Mrs. Fields Cookie Gift, or Golden Godiva Gift Basket. I’m sure the decadence would make them feel on top of the world (they’re very likely to remember/appreciate you, not to mention your good taste too).

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Deluxe Corporate Gift Basket -- yummy

These are just some of the contents in the Deluxe Corporate Gift Basket:

# Tangy Apple Salsa
# Harry London Chocolate Covered Pretzels
# Ginger Spice Biscotti
# Chocolate Fudge Shortbread Cookies
# Sonoma Jack Cheese
# Triple Chocolate Chip Cookies
# Butter Toffee Pistachios
# Ghirardelli Chocolate Bars
# Kasilof Smoked Salmon
# Nunes Mocha Almonds
# Staufers Caviar

*I’m totally salivating...*

Certain products have free ground shipping -- look out for the red diagonal banner on selected items.

PS: For those interested, Cornell University has a page on corporate gift giving research. Companies connect with universities because they view it as a very important resource, and invest in it to ensure its future is secure. Included in corporate gifts for research institutions: real estate, travel grants for students, and gifts of intellectual property.

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