Tuesday, October 30, 2007


Congratulate, Celebrate, Motivate and Appreciate

Eight New Business Gift Ideas
HIGH POINT, N.C. -- How does a business distinguish itself in new, meaningful ways with business gifts year after year? The key is customization.

The most successful gifting programs include plenty of personality and replicate the company's culture.

That's why the Business Solutions Specialists at pictureframes.com are using their unlimited framing, printing and engraving abilities to create new, custom-made presentations for creative employee recognition and corporate gifting.

"Gifts become unforgettable when designed as masterpieces," explains Jane Rhem, Business Solutions Specialist.

"We're able to design business gifts at almost any price point because printing capabilities range from photo to fine art giclee quality and framing options range from metal to fine hardwoods."

Ideas to fuel your next corporate gifting campaign:

For Employee Recognition

-- Acknowledge the creativity of employees with "Create Your Own Masterpiece" gift certificates.

-- Celebrate revolutionary developments with news articles framed in archival presentations to preserve the moment.

-- Appreciate employees every year with awards and certificates, optionally engraved with logos on the frames. When the certificate is replaced, exposure continues.

-- Commemorate events with framed group photos. Add a message engraved into the frame or mat.

For Key Customers, Clients, Donors & Partners

-- Appreciate key partners or donors by creating and framing a special limited edition with engraved plaques just for them.

-- Celebrate a new partnership by sending custom canvas art with imagery relevant to the relationship.

-- Create a commemorative poster and archive in "My Gallery" at pictureframes.com. By changing the mat and frame presentation style, the gift can be given to new clients over time.

-- Share in the giving season with a donation to their favorite charitable organization and then frame the document announcing the contribution.
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