Corporate Gifts Q & A: Shipping on Demand

In the previous Corporate Gifts Q&A entries, we discussed complex billing and promotional gifts. This next question is from a sales manager at a busy car dealership and brings us to our next topic: shipping on demand.

Q: As part of our marketing strategy I am looking to send thank you gifts to customers who have purchased new cars. In the gift basket I would like to include information on our referral program and our service center.

I would also like to be able to ship the gift baskets each time a purchase has been made without having to store the gifts at the dealership. Can we set something up?

A: Yes. GiftTree’s talented design team is available to work with you to create a custom corporate gift basket specific to your needs that can be branded with your dealership’s name and logo. We can also set up a custom billing structure with multiple accounts to meet your needs.

GiftTree also offers a ship-on-demand service for high volume customers. Our 60,000 square foot warehouse can definitely be used to warehouse the inventory for your custom gift baskets so we can ship to the end recipient on demand. You can either order each gift on an as needed basis or you can submit orders weekly, biweekly or monthly using our bulk order form, whichever works best for you.

Please call our corporate services team at 800.379.4064 or send an email to corporateservices[at] to discuss your gift needs further. We would be happy to deliver your thank you gifts.

Did you miss our other answers in the Corporate Gifts Q&A series? Read more about promotional gifts and complex billing by visiting our past Q&A posts.

1 Comment

  1. Our company always gives great gifts each Christmas. I think with the economy this year things will be different this season.


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