Birthday Gift Baskets for Kids, a New Product, Launched by Leading U.S. Retailer

Gift Basket Ideas, Inc. announces the creation and release of two new products at discount prices, specifically for children on their birthday.

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We hope you have as much fun with your kids, as we had in creating it!

San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) May 08, 2012

Today, internet retailer Gift Basket Ideas, Inc. is launching two new products specifically for kids on that special day called Birthday Gift Baskets for Kids and Kid Birthday Gift Basket. Children's birthdays represent a growing area of trade for the retailer, according to a spokesperson for the company.

“For years, the world of basket goods was dominated by themes for grown-ups. Slowly, the tide changed and now we are seeing an increasing number of kids’ birthdays being marked by a fun, colorful and original gift basket.”

Depending on how well customers receive the new product, the company is ready to introduce further styles of baskets marking birthdays for young people and may announce further additions in the coming weeks.

The spokesperson said, “We have some new ideas that we are currently ready to take off the drawing board and place into prototype production if further demand is indicated from the new launch. “

“We hope customers and the lucky recipients have as much fun with these as we did in creating them. We wish you all a happy birthday from all of us at MyGiftBasketIdeas.com!”

The new launch includes a basket containing children’s birthday party items, such as balloons, snacks, banners and other fun decorations.

Here are some interesting facts about birthdays courtesy of articlesbase.com:

  •     The birthday is the most widely celebrated anniversary in the world. The celebration of birthdays was spread by Roman soldiers stationed throughout their Empire.
  •     The Ancient Greeks first conceived the birthday cake; the tradition began as they took a moon-shaped cake to the temple of Artemis, Goddess of the Moon, once per year.
  •     The tune for the Birthday Song was written by Mildred Hills in 1890. Her sister later wrote the lyrics and it was first published in 1935.
  •     The Birthday Song is still under copyright protection. Technically, this means that each time is sung a royalty fee should be paid.

To view these latest two products just for children, visit http://www.mygiftbasketideas.com/ng5192.html and http://www.mygiftbasketideas.com/890232.htm

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