Looking for the perfect gift for the practical individual who enjoys being hands free, recreational athletes, fitness enthusiasts, travelers, and children alike but all under $20? Look no further than the SPIbelt, the original Small Personal Item Belt.
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Austin, TX (Vocus) December 16, 2009
This holiday season as we are all focused on cash conservation, SPIbelt is offering a complete line of unique gifts suitable to any budget. Looking for the perfect gift for the practical individual who enjoys being hands free, recreational athletes, fitness enthusiasts, travelers, and children alike but all under $20? Look no further than the SPIbelt, the original Small Personal Item Belt that keeps all personal belongings close at hand including a cell phone, Ipod, cash, keys, and identification. SPIbelt (http://www.spibelt.com) promises to delight even the hard to please and that special someone this holiday season at the right price.
According to the National Retail Federation, consumers in 2008 claimed the one factor that played the biggest role in buying gifts for the holidays was price. According to the survey for 2008 Consumer Shopping Trends, 40 percent of shoppers said that sales and promotions was the largest factor, while another 12.6 percent stated that everyday low prices were the most important when choosing the perfect gift. Only a handful of consumers said they made decisions while buying based on a convenient location (5.6%) or helpful customer service (5.2%).
This year shoppers are looking for even more ways to save money , but also give a practical gift that will be used. Each of SPIbelt’s unique gift items combine quality and design to produce a functional accessory for any leisurely activity. With so many items under $20 to choose from, including the Original SPIbelt ($19.95), SPIband for men ($19.95), Kid’s SPIbelts ($14.95) and the new SPIbelt Water Bottle ($19.95), no one will be left off the gift list this year.
Gift givers in the market for the perfect gift to fit any budget this holiday season better hurry. Having already been featured on “The Today Show” and “The Rachael Ray Show”, as well as in Better Homes and Gardens and Cosmopolitan, SPIbelt has also been chosen by MSNBC as a “Great Gift Under $20”.
Holiday gift givers and recreational athletes who would like to learn more about SPIbelt and its budget-friendly product line can do so at http://www.spibelt.com. Interested media are encouraged to arrange a personal interview with SPIbelt by calling 512-294-6218.
Kim Overton founded SPIbrand as the parent company for her collection of innovative fitness, travel, fashion and medical supply accessories. Fueled by her personal struggles with her daily run and not having anywhere to put her keys, Kim concluded, “There has got to be a better way!” Thus, the Small Person Item Belt (SPIbelt™) was born. Today, the company’s product lineup includes the SPIbelt™, the SPIband™ and both the Love Your Legs™ and the Love Your Core™ DVDs, with many new concepts in the works. For more information on SPIbrand and its products, please visit http://www.spibrand.com.