Friday, December 08, 2006

How to avoid having your gift "re-gifted" this year

Every year thousands of Christmas gifts are “re-gifted.” The truth of the matter is your friends and loved ones don't necessarily have the same taste as you, therefore, may not love the gifts you've chosen. Or they might give you one you're not crazy about.

In a survey conducted last year, nearly 40 percent of the respondants said they re-gifted a present they didn't particularly care for. Why?

1) It wasn't the right size size.
2) They didn't like the color.
3) It looked "cheesy"
4) They already had one.
5) It was a fruitcake!

If you want to make sure your present will be appreciated and used this year, purchase a copy of “Hope for the Holidays.”

This CD Project is a combination of Spoken Word & Music and is also “personalized” to the recipient with a special poem.

Instead of re-wrapping it and giving it away to some unsuspecting soul, your loved ones will “Thank You” and play it for their friends while complimenting you for giving them such an inspiring and unique gift.

Order your copy now by going to:

And the best part of it all is the price is UNDER $10!!!!

Beverly Mahone is the author of the book, "Whatever! A Baby Boomer's Journey Into Middle Age and inspirational speaker who put together the "Hope for the Holidays" CD Project.

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