Customers can trust that what's on display is, in my opinion, the best for that price point.
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Toronto, Ontario (PRWEB) May 7, 2009
New to the upscale shopping district of Toronto's Yorkville, redLetter (http://www.redletterstore.ca/) is a gift shop offering exceptional gifts. In a classic boutique atmosphere, shoppers can peruse a carefully chosen, eclectic selection of products for any occasion while enjoying a complimentary chocolate.
Open just in time for Mother's Day and spring weddings, redLetter responds to seasonal gifting. From feminine tools that fit a lady's hand to elegant bird cages perfect for collecting wedding cards, redLetter's intent is to turn special into inspired. Spectacularly presented, customized gift packages are also available for gift-givers who take pride in making an impact with their gift.
The uniqueness of this gift shop is in the mix, selection and presentation. Store owner and operator, Dale Kubota, stocks five main product lines for which she personally researches, samples and purchases. Then concentrating on visual and sensible merchandising, the goal is to make the redLetter gift shopping experience easy and esthetically pleasing.
From stationery to table top glass and dishware, fragrances for both home and bath & body, down to quirky amusements, redLetter gifts are well-branded and beautifully packaged with a quality equal to price. "Every product in redLetter is cherry-picked," says Ms. Kubota. "Customers can trust that what's on display is, in my opinion, the best for that price point."
Whether it's a Marimekko beach towel or a seven dollar fancy flower pen, Ms. Kubota promises every item in the Toronto gift store has been chosen and handled with tremendous care and respect.
One review (http://www.redletterstore.ca/Press.html) from a SweetSpot.ca claims, "We're in love with the store's collection of Rosanna dishware (the Jane Austen-esque Chelsea Flowers set ($44) is our favourite). We melted at the scent of the straight-from-France Voluspa Makassar Ebony and Peach Candle ($46). And we can't stop thinking about the many gorgeous imported books and journals they have on display (like the Italian-made Fiorentina leather journal ($55) and matching expandable leather tote ($116)."
For additional information on redLetter, contact Dale Kubota or visit http://www.redletterstore.ca.
The redLetter store is a Toronto gift boutique catering to those who wish to make an unforgettable impression with the unexpected. Referring to 'a red letter day,' the store is aptly named as owner and operator, Dale Kubota, believes all significant and noteworthy days should be celebrated with an expression of inspiration.
Dale Kubota, Owner & Operator