When receiving Christmas gifts from other local businesses, what is the correct way to thank them?

I am a receptionist at a local newspaper, and for the past couple of weeks people from businesses and universities have been bringing in Christmas gifts for our office, (a box of oranges, a plate of holiday cookies, etc.) and I was just wondering what we could do to thank them for such a kind gesture. In some cases, the universities are 20 miles (or more) away and I personally feel like it is such a kind thought to bring gifts and treats to us. What can I do to show them that we are truly appreciative?

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4 Responses to “When receiving Christmas gifts from other local businesses, what is the correct way to thank them?”

  1. Caroline said:

    A nice Holiday Card with a handwritten thank you note inside.

  2. Jessika said:

    I agree with the person before me … a card with a couple of words thanking them

  3. ace said:

    fruit cake =) lol jk….and yes a card is a good way to start…also maybe a small basket full of small treats…maybe you can bake something for them also or get a box of holiday chocolate…those cans of popcorn with the holiday graphics on it are nice…just something as simple as the gift they gave to your business…..or a simple card with a thank you always does the trick, those were just maybe ideas to get you thinking a bit…its only once a year you can get away with sending someone a box of oranges =) lol since your a local newspaper…maybe when/if you decide to give them a gift in return or card….send them a copy of today’s paper (same date you give them a card/gift) from your company lol hey i wouldnt mind the paper for free…save me a quarter =)

  4. Andy said:

    Send back a nice digital caricature




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