Nothing says "have a luscious holiday" like a gift basket. "Food is nurturing, food can always be shared, and there are no wrong sizes or colors," says Estell Brewster, owner of MyStella La Bella, a gift-basket business. If you still have a couple of question marks after names on your gift list, don't panic. MyStella La Bella will fill a gift basket with every vision of sugarplum imaginable, from made-in-Connecticut Chocolate Lace to Starbuck’s coffee bread and roasted butternut squash ravioli.
It's been several months since Estell Brewster made the leap to elevate a home-based gift-basket business to a whole new level. Already she's looking at a generous amount worth of holiday orders. Estell, a married woman with two grown children, calls her business MyStella La Bella. "It's unusual. And it doesn't say anything about gift baskets, but what's great is that people remember it," Estell said.
Corporations need gift baskets because gift giving should be a part of an ongoing, year long business strategy. To demonstrate good should not be based on events and holidays alone. Buying gift baskets also revolves around these popular themes: Thank You, Appreciation, Apology, Happy Birthday, Congratulations, Administrative Professionals Week, Happy New Year, New Baby, Condolences and many more.