Trowbridge, United Kingdom, March 29, 2010 --(PR.com
)-- "The idea behind our business is simple", explains Michael Willow of Great Gift Idea, "for a flat fee of less than ten pounds Great Gift Idea gift-wraps something nice and send it to a specified address." This something can be just about anything – comfy slippers, a cashmere scarf, a USB gadget, an MP3 player, a luxury travel chess set, an office golf kit... "We only send out items that we really believe make fun or useful gifts and are constantly on the lookout for fresh good ideas and offers to give our clients value for their money", assures Mr. Willow.
The shop advertises as a one-stop gift shop for those stuck for an idea, but also – a service which allows its customers to surprise and cheer up themselves. Depending on the delivery option, the gifts arrive next-day, or within three days of order. "Considering our clients spend no time selecting the item, Great Gift Idea is an ideal last minute gift service", Mr. Willow continues, "allowing our clients to turn a no-idea-what-to-get into a quite unique gift. However, many people just get a surprise for themselves."
The thrill of opening a present and not knowing what's inside is universal and not limited to kids. "Everyone needs a surprise and a just-like-that gift once in a while. Kids get them all the time, adults almost never, so greatgiftidea.co.uk lends a helping hand", concludes Michael Willow.
Great Gift Idea has recently expanded its offer to include "adult gifts" – erotic toys and accessories and "total surprise gifts" (http://www.greatgiftidea.co.uk/surprise-gifts#total-surprise) – gifts that arrive on a randomly chosen date within a 4-month period. "We are aware, that majority of our clients order surprise gifts for themselves", says Michael Willow, "not knowing exactly when they will get the present just makes the process more fun." - "We like to think of it as finding a ten pound banknote in an inside pocket of a jacket you have not worn in a while", Great Gift Idea explain on their blog (http://www.greatgiftidea.co.uk/blog/), "that is always a nice feeling, even if you know it's you who put it there in the first place."