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Uniquely NW’s Favorite Sunny Corporate Gift

By Britteny Jones, Uniquely Northwest Project Manager

Enhance your incentive or corporate programs by offering your guests a gift that also creates a memorable experience. Uniquely Northwest likes to offer the experience to “wow” your guests with a thoughtful gift during a key moment in your incentive program.

Some great moments to share corporate gifts include: during the welcome reception, upon arrival at the hotel, events or downtime for guests by the pool, or as part of a sales meeting.

Maui Jim Sunglasses corporate incentive giftFor meetings and incentives in sunny locales, such as California, Arizona, or Las Vegas, or for summertime programs in spectacular settings like Vancouver, Seattle, or the Canadian Rockies, our favorite corporate gift is Maui Jim sunglasses. Maui Jim not only provides top of the line sunglasses, but a top of the line experience for guests. Maui Jim offers a wide variety of styles to choose from, with many lens colors and frame styles that are male, female, and unisex. Not only that, the polarizing technology of these glasses was designed to enhance the way things look in bright light, so your guests will actually see the dazzling destination in brighter colors and crisper detail! Each guest is able to select their own style of sunglasses with the help of Maui Jim’s knowledgeable staff, who can recommend styles and help with fitting. Accessories such as cases, pouches, and cleaning clothes can also be customized with names, logos or an event name to make their personalized experience even more unique.

Let Uniquely Northwest help give your guests a gift they will be wearing and talking about during your sunny program and long after they return home!

Woman wearing sunglasses photo by David Gardiner via creative commons
Maui Jim gift set photo by J. Chan via creative commons

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