Here’s something that ISN’T new under the sun:
If one Googles the phrase why should you say thank you to your clients …hundreds of blogs and research companies appear. There is an unlimited amount of articles and quantified reports writing about this topic. They’ll tell you when, why, and how you should be thanking your clients for their business.
It should be as obvious to every business owner and manager as when they were young children and their parents taught them to say please and thank you. This rule never changes. You need to say thank you to your customers for the business they give you if you want to retain them as clients. And you don’t have to wait till the end of the year to do it (the holiday season traditionally reserved for that gesture).
The bigger question becomes…how do you say thank you.
Sometimes a simple phone call, a face to face conversation, and even a small note can be sufficient, but if you are really looking to score some points…well, then that’s where Bravo Baskets comes in.
.Many executives, managers, and admins shy away from doing more than just the typical flower or fruit arrangement because they just don’t know what else is possible.
That’s what I’m here for.
Over my twenty-plus years of being in business, I have done thousands of these kinds of “thank you” baskets. From the simplest food basket of sweets and treats being sent to the office staff…to an elaborate, personalized gift basket with virtually anything you can think of, sent to the home of the real decision-maker.
Working with you, I can create a “thank you” basket that is affordable, meaningful, and appropriate. Whatever the occasion is, I can help you thank or acknowledge someone or a group of individuals for their business.
So the next time you find yourself wondering “Should I say thank you? Should I send a gift basket?” The answer is an unequivocal YES!
Oh…and after the fantastic basket has been sent and YOU’VE have gotten a thank you for the thoughtful and amazing gift basket they received from Bravo Baskets …just so you know…..there’s no need to “thank me!”
Nikki Davidson, Owner of Bravo Baskets (“The Dear Abby” of Gift Basket Advice)