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Valentine’s Day for the Corporate World

Author: Chris Ingallina
by Chris Ingallina
Posted: Jan 21, 2014
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As we finish up the holiday season, Valentine’s Day stares us in the face. While most people think of Valentine’s Day as a day for lovers, businesses are using Valentine’s Day to further boost their post-holiday sales. Everyone enjoys getting a gift basket on Valentine’s Day - and customers, co-workers and vendors are no exception.

Successful companies rely on a wide variety of businesses to carry out their day to day functions. Everyone from the postman delivering payments to the suppliers bring in raw materials is essential to getting the final product to the customer. Companies with strong relationships with all of its supporting businesses are less likely to have significant problems with daily operations. Valentine’s Day has become a popular holiday for creating and strengthening those relationships. A box of Valentine cookies to your favorite delivery driver or a couple box lunches to the office of a supplier lets them know that the extra mile they go for you are always appreciated. This also tends to make them more likely to go the extra mile when you most need it, or more importantly, keep an eye out for possible problems before they come to be.

Co-workers should also feel appreciated for the help they give throughout the year. A cookie bouquet or plate of Valentine desserts is a great way to include them in this holiday. Not only will they enjoy the goodies, but also the chance to share them with others. Everyone wants to show off their Valentine treats!

And don’t forget your regular weekly and monthly meetings. Providing some afternoon protein is a great way to keep your group focused and ready. Bringing in a platter of breakfast items starts the day off right. Adding a platter of Valentine cookies breaks up the monotony of the day and makes the meeting – and its content – memorable. If your meeting has a full itinerary, or requires a great deal of focus, box lunches provide a balanced meal with everything they need to keep the focus on you. Just make sure to ask for a Valentine cookie to be included.

For those in retail, don’t underestimate the value of sharing with your customers. A plate of cookies at the check-out line keeps people occupied and is a great conversation starter. And the conversation doesn’t stop at your door. It keeps people talking about your store. Word of mouth is a great marketing tool. Of course some of this depends on finding a catering company with delicious products and reasonable prices. Ingallina’s Box Lunch is known for having large free delivery areas in the Seattle, Portland, and Los Angeles areas as well as delicious gourmet food and wonderful customer service. This Valentine’s Day, be sure to share with all of the people that can easily be taken for granted, but ensure the efficient running of your company.

Ingallina’s Box Lunch provides a large variety of Box Lunches, Party Platters, and Gift Baskets to make your Valentine Gift Giving - and your company - a success! And also additionally platter of Valentine cookies breaks up the monotony of the day and makes the meeting – and its content – memorable. For additional Info and place your order for Valentine’s Day Celebration visit at: Ingallina.net

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Ingallina’s Box Lunch is a high quality, Corporate Catering Company specializing in the needs of corporate offices.

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Author: Chris Ingallina

Chris Ingallina

United States

Member since: Dec 21, 2013
Published articles: 16

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