You’ve waited too long and now you’re concerned that your perfect gift won’t get there in time. Because they’re a small family store, Executive Gift Shoppe will make that extra effort to get even personalized gifts engraved or monogrammed and shipped in time to meet your deadline.
During the holiday shopping season they share the USPO and UPS shipping deadlines for each shipping option. Remember that they have to have more lead time because each gift they ship is personalized between the day you order and when it goes out. Although the dates on that page indicate you must order by today or tomorrow remember that UPS times depend on your location. If you’re close to New York you might still be in luck.
If your last minute gift is for a birthday, anniversary or any other time when they aren’t swamped, call Executive Gift Shoppe and let them know what your emergency is and when you need it. If it is humanly possible they’ll make it happen for you. Remember them in case you ever forget to order a business gift for your boss.
What can you do if it is too late to get there in time? Here are some ideas:
- If you found the perfect gift and it won’t be there in time print out an image of the gift and wrap that so your recipient has something to open
- Maybe you have no idea what they would like or can’t decide between multiple choices? Gift certificates are a perfect solution. Available in $25, $50, $75 and $100 increments Executive Gift Shoppe can email a gift code to you or your recipient within 24 hours. If you want something to give them in person you can print and wrap the image from the store for that too.
WHY EXECUTIVE GIFT SHOPPE?:
- Excellent service as you can see from their Excellent Reviews
- Exceptional No-Hassle in-house Replacement Guarantee
- Free standard shipping on all orders over $75
- Practical, unique gifts that are personalized are reminders of you throughout the year
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