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Be Mine: Valentine’s Day Gifts for Clients

Ask any woman trying to watch her figure and she will tell you that the month of December is known in the office kitchen as Temptation Island. Cookies, cakes, chocolates, and gift baskets flood the office and even those with the greatest willpower find themselves saying, “pass the Hickory Farms summer sausage,” by month’s end. Twelve thousand calories later, we have a hard time remembering which vendor sent the thoughtful gift because it got lost in the shuffle.

Fast forward a month and a half and it’s late-winter. The only thing left in the office kitchen is a dried up clementine and few pieces of salt water taffy from the boss’s last vacation. For this scenario, we present: Valentine’s Day.

Valentine’s Day is a great time to stand out and show your appreciation for your clients at a time when they will stop and take note of your warm gesture. From a simple greeting card to a tin of chocolates or a cozy, embroidered blanket, there are endless promotional products available at a variety of price points.

Here are a few of our favorites:

 

Embroidered Blanket

Choose a soft, warm blanket in your company color and embroider it with your logo.

 

embroidery

 

Greeting Card

Keep it simple with a classic Valentine’s Day card. Custom print your design and message.

 

 

 

Custom Fortune Cookies

This is a really fun and interactive way to treat your clients. Inside the delicious cookie, you can print custom messages that range from discount codes to be used on your website to witty jokes and custom fortunes.

 

 

Chocolate

Chocolate is always a favorite! Chocolate bars, boxes of chocolates, almond bark and more can be custom imprinted with your company’s logo.

 

 

 

Give FORMost a call and we’d be happy to help you share the love.

 

FORMost Graphic Communications

301-424-4242

 

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