Our website caters to busy women who want to treat their man to a creative gift, but may not have the time to run all over town looking for something unique.
Sacramento, CA (PRWEB) January 22, 2008
Its official: With last year's online Valentine's sales reported at $905 million, Cupid has exchanged his legendary bow for a mouse and computer screen. This February, online retailer http://www.sendapantygram.com is ready for the swarm of internet shoppers, marketing a red lacy panty that can be sent to a man's home or office on Valentine's Day.
Priced at $24.95, the suggestive gift arrives inside a black envelope marked "Personal and Confidential." Attached to the panty, a customized card teases the recipient to go to a private login and view their secret, Valentine's Day message.
"According to research, 40% of people say that if not for the Internet, they would not buy Valentine's Day gifts at all," explained Sendapantygram.com Founder, Debbie Augustine. "Our website caters to busy women who want to treat their man to a creative gift, but may not have the time to run all over town looking for something unique."
Women in long distance relationships are also choosing http://www.sendapantygram as an ideal gift to send their man overseas. The company, now in its second year, has delivered panties to countries as far away as China, Iraq, Japan, England, France, Greece and Germany. The website also takes orders year round for other romantic gift opportunities such as birthdays, anniversaries or themed parties.
For delivery on Valentine's Day, orders must be placed by February 13th at 3:00 p.m. EST. For more information, please contact Lesley Miller at 916-960-2905 or visit http://www.sendapantygram.com