Toronto, Canada (PressExposure) December 31, 2009 -- FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:
Christmas and the winter holiday season is the busiest time of the year for Clare's Gift Baskets of Canada, but after Christmas orders, the Toronto, Ontario-region gift basket company is preparing to serve customers from Canada and abroad throughout 2010.
Proprietor Dianne Clare started Gift Baskets of Canada to meet the needs of people from around the world who want to send gift baskets to friends and relatives in Canada. "Canada is a meeting place for people from Europe, Asia, Africa - everywhere," said Ms. Clare. "Families want to send presents in order to maintain a connection with members in Canada, and friends abroad want to send a sign of their best wishes. We offer 24 hour delivery in parts of Ontario and Quebec and prompt service virtually everywhere else, no matter where the order originates from."
To meet evolving demands, Gift Baskets of Canada has changed its selection of gift baskets to better serve customers' needs all year round. "One thing we noticed is that people like to send gift hampers to students," said Ms. Clare. "These act as snazzy care packages for people at a college or university away from home. That's why we have new gift baskets like the Student Survival Kit, which is basically a huge selection of comfort food style treats."
Gift Baskets of Canada has also added a number of gift baskets with items and packaging suitable for corporate gift giving. In addition to these changes, the company has kept popular gift baskets, particularly those with Canadian themes.
"We never forget that our international customers think of Canada as a distinct, special place, and provide gift hampers that express this," said Ms. Clare.
To order a gift basket, drop by the company's main site at giftbasketsofcanada.com Gift Baskets of Canada maintains a Canada-focused gift suggestion blog at giftbasketsofcanada.net