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Perth-Based "Mrs. Claus" Delivers Gifts to Doorsteps This Christmas
Friday, 09 November 2012 15:05
â€œWhat could be more exciting than a kid receiving a wonderful surprise this Christmas, delivered right to their doorstep?â€
That is the question that prompted Karen Hew, Perth mother of two, to make a career change and start an exciting new business, â€œKids Gift Boxâ€. Karen is getting ready to spread festive joy and send plenty of Christmas gifts all over Australia, after the launch of brand new shopping site - kidsgiftbox.com.au, designed especially to offer the â€œfull gift-giving experienceâ€ online.
The exciting range of toys at Kids Gift Box includes an Eco Town complete with wind turbine, solar panels and recycling stations, a Wooden Sushi playset that includes chopsticks and wasabi and a Rotating Solar System that acts as the ultimate night light.
"I've been busy sourcing quality toys and gifts that will delight and engage kids to make choosing the perfect present easy and enjoyable," Karen said.
Kids Gift Box is what busy people are looking for this Christmas - delivering the convenience of 24 hour shopping and making life easier by allowing them to do all their Christmas shopping from the comfort of their own home or favourite cafÃ©.
And the best bit? Gifts can be sent directly to kids across Australia, or customers can have all their beautifully-wrapped gifts delivered to their home ready for them to hand out on Christmas day. No stress, no rush.
But for everyone who does leave it to the last minute, Kids Gift Box also offers a range of â€œExpress Giftsâ€ that will be delivered the very next business day to major Australian capital cities.
Kidsgiftbox.com.au: delivering convenience & Christmas joy to kids all over Australia
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