Just curious what you guys will spend (read invest) in your clients for holiday cards/gifts. Last year I did Chocolate cordials in small gift bags with a holiday card. Cost was roughly $7.50/ea plus my hand delivery to about 36 people. In years past I did Poinsettia's+cards With this years growth it doesn't seem appropriate to give a $7.50 gift to someone who spent $17K with me this year. This year I will be stepping up big time. I exported my clients to excel and sorted them by income they gave to me. I broke them into 3 categories $250-799, $800-1999, $2,000+. I have a budget of $1,000 and 49 clients and associates to give to. I will be talking with my gift basket lady later today. As it stands I have picked a Leather Tuscany Wine Holder/Travel Box. Description: Elegant simulated leather travel wine case with fashion snap closure, accent stitching and carrying handle. Inside amenities for the wine enthusiast: thermometer, stainless steel opener, stopper, pourer and collar. Logo is imprinted on silver plate. Add a bottle of our premium harvest wines for an additional fee; These will go out to my 12 best clients @ a cost of $32/ea, I have 2 dozen that fall into the second tier which I have a budget of $20/ea for. I haven't picked anything for them yet. Finally I have a budget of $6.67 for the final and lowest tier of customers. They will receive the cordials +cards again. I'm looking for ideas for the second tier of customers. I would like them to be something they will not eat and toss the wrapper, but rather it will sit around the house on the counter and hold magazines, or the TV-remotes or something like that. I really like the mugs that ETWman has made for his clients. Something to reinforce my presence in their homes.