Executive Gift Guide ideas
For a boss, co-worker, shareholder, investor or even an executive spouse
by MBJ Staff
Published: October 23,2011
Local retailers offer unique gifts for the always hard-to-shop for corporate executive. A tension-relieving massage will be a sure-to-please gift. Golf retreats are also available at courses across the state and high-tech gifts are a sure bet for the tech-savvy exec. For the more traditional executive, jewelry from Jackson’s many fine jewelers is always a safe gift.
See below for some other ideas.
5-pieces with bamboo handles
Environmentally friendly gift. Makes an ideal gift as is, or engrave/imprint your logo.
Anybody in Mississippi would love one
Enough ready-to-eat Mississippi gourmet food for an entire office or large family to enjoy. Send as a housewarming gift, thank you, or just because. This basket contains: 14 oz. Classic Cheese Straws, 4-Pack of Snaps, Lemon Straws, 10oz, Delta 3-way Tin, Southern Trash with Nuts, 12 oz, and 1 lb. of assorted chocolates
Inside cover features 2 open pockets for papers and multiple card slots. The leather border securely holds your iPad in place with openings for adapters and plugs.
It easily becomes a horizontal or vertical stand for hands free viewing
Free personalization of up to 3 initials in right hand corner of front cover.
Dimensions: 10″ x 8″ x .75″
Transforms your ‘quick cuppa’ into a celebration shared
If you like quality tea or coffee, piping hot, this polyester canvas tote, dark roast brown with latte trim, holds all you need in a compact, portable pack. With the 0.75 liter thermal flask you will find containers for cream and sugar, two teaspoons and two mugs, all in durably gleaming stainless steel. Two 14-inch square cotton napkins with an attractive print in coffee on cream complete the contents. The Java Express pack measures 11 3/4 by 6 3/4 by 16 1/2 inches.
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