It is better to give than to receive, which is why people who give themselves a gift must regift it to themselves in order to overcome the despair of receiving it. Break out of a perpetual loop with today’s Groupon to RhinoGift.com. Choose between the following options:
- For $25, you get $50 worth of personalized gifts.
- For $45, you get $100 worth of personalized gifts.<p>
This Groupon is also valid at the Recognition Inc. store in Glastonbury.
RhinoGift.com stocks a virtual storehouse of generous gifts, inventive presents, and givable keepsakes, customizing everything from umbrellas to thermoses to embroidered apparel. Almost every item can be personalized, ensuring that the recipient feels both appreciated and less likely to re-gift, and able to confidently assert ownership over the object without scribbling their name on it in red crayon. With no minimum on personalized or corporate logo-emblazoned items, patrons can buy a single engraved Parker IM ballpoint pen with no extra charge ($22). Other items, such as wine glasses ($22), Gust-Buster umbrellas ($49), custom car mats ($89), and 50-piece casino boxes ($119) preserve memories without the poltergeist-infested malware associated with social-media sites.
Gift givers looking to reward or trick out a beloved golfer will have an entire virtual golf department at their fingertips. RhinoGift’s dedicated staff can also graft corporate logos or subtle test answers onto any piece, making it easy to gift the office or grilling club with a team-spirit-boosting personalized 3-piece executive barbecue set ($109).
Jeff Lederman took a hobbyist's interest in personalized crafts more than 30 years ago, and today that hobby has blossomed into a gift mecca tinged with a distinctively masculine edge. RhinoGifts.com and its sister storefront Recognition Inc. fill orders big and small for all kinds of inscribed paraphernalia, from apparel and watches to cedar humidors for stogies, and incorporates customers’ own artwork, logos, and personalized messages to complete each gift. The outfit also emblazons trinkets for companies with no minimum order sizes, meaning big corporations and mom-and-pop shops alike can treat their employees to a commemorative pen on Dr. Spock’s half birthday.