I was thinking about that very thing this afternoon. I think it would be well receipted. Kind of like a "thank you/merry Christmas" but better.We send gift baskets to our good customers.
We also send baskets to architect firms that give us work. I often wonder what is proper when dealing with other companies that give you work.
Hey Kellems, welcome to CT. Thanks for filling out your profile, it helps us help you whenever possible. You'll love this site! Just a hint, go to the introductions section and do a short bio about your trade, business, etc.o further comment on the basket, that is what we have done now (well going on the three year) it has been a great success. After talking with different individuals, they like the baskets because they seem them as personal and not just cash they like the fact that is meaningful and someone did not just pull out there check book and a pen.
And we write it off has a business expense :thumbsup:
I send cards out to all pass clients and will some times through a discount card for different services that we offer.
Hope this helps.
Hello,Hey Kellems, welcome to CT. Thanks for filling out your profile, it helps us help you whenever possible. You'll love this site! Just a hint, go to the introductions section and do a short bio about your trade, business, etc.
Getting your name out in the intro section will help you...honest.
A case of wine, never thought about that makes a lot of since though.I do a little of everything.
Architects office's gets a fruit basket or something along those lines so the whole office can see it.
Building Dept gets a basket
Building super/engineer and porters get a card with some greenbacks. (service elevator seems to work better this way when working in the city)
Accountant likes the Johnny Walker Blue
And I keep a case of good wine in the truck for who ever you may run across.
Christmas party for all the subs and a fishing trip in the summer.