We ask kids what they'd love to find inside a gift basket
San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) May 02, 2012
Customers of gift baskets for kids retailer, MyGiftBasketIdeas.com, are invited to devise themes for new gift baskets for children. The company is considering adding further concepts to its line for young people and asks customers and their kids to submit their collaborative efforts to the website.
A spokesperson from MyGiftBasketIdeas.com explained the decision to extend this invitation.
“Kids often have wonderfully creative imaginations and visualize colorful ideas with ease. Children also know exactly what they want to receive in the form of a surprise gift. Therefore, it is a natural decision to reach out and ask children for their ideas on what make truly great gift baskets. The very best ideas that we receive may be used to help develop our lines further.”
The company spokesperson made an appeal directly to customers and their children, explaining how customer input may help shape future product lines.
“We ask kids to tell us what they’d love to find inside a basket of presents. Their parents can give price expectations given that they are the ones who purchase the majority of our kids’ baskets. This will help us assess the practical possibilities of making the best suggestions into products.”
When asked to provide details of sort of designs the company expected to receive from customers, the spokesperson gave an example of a past collaboration.
“One of our bestselling gift baskets for kids is inspired by an idea sent to us from a 6-year old who loves candy. The little girl drew a beautiful picture of a gumball machine and her mother scanned it into us with the amount she would pay for it. “
“As a nod to this great idea, we now sell jelly bean machine-themed packages. Customers are encouraged to contact us because their design could be the next one from which we take inspiration.”
The range of currently available children centered gifts an be viewed at