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          How To Give A High Value Client A Gift That’s Impressive, Not Cheesey And Shows Your True Appreciation For Their Business

          How to Give a High Value Client a Gift that’s Impressive, not Cheesey and Shows your True Appreciation for their Business

          It’s a common problem.

          You sell high ticket services. Or maybe a client is worth $500,000 a year for you or $1,000,000 or whatver.

          And you want to give them a gift. Maybe a welcome aboard gift or a corporate outing gift or a seasonal gift.

          But you don’t want to give…a stress ball or a backpack or a throw blanket or another journal book.

          Of course, nothing wrong with those items. But they have a time and place.

          This time you want to impress and show some true appreciation.

          Good news. You can send them ANYTHING.

          Yep. Here are some ideas:

          – $500 Yeti cooler
          – $2,300 drone with camera
          – $500 KitcheAid mixer
          – $200 Apple AirPods
          – $350 Beats headphones
          – $800 Apple iPad or any table
          – $600 TaylorMade driver

          Like I said. Anything.

          Oh, and THERE IS NO MINIMUM order quantity. Yep – you read that right.

          So open up your thinking the next time you want to make a truly lasting impression with a gift that shows your appreciation and that represents the value of your brand and the value of your relationship.

          Questions? Want more pics or ideas?

          Contact Bruce Browning at bbrowning@ or (914) 380-7510.

          We’ll setup a time to chat. Real talk about your needs — nothing salesy.

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