Does a fresh fruit bouquet count as Bosses Day gifts? What to give you manager on Bosses Day. October 16th, 2010 without looking like a brown noser?
I work in an office that is comparable to NBC’s Dunder Mifflin. “The Office.” My boss is an eccentric, macrobiotic vegetarian. Despite his fixation with the history of the food he consumes and how it is cultivated, he has a heart of gold. I’d like to show my appreciation without sending the wrong signals or appearing like a brown noser among my colleagues. Do you have any tips or suggestions for a nice Bosses Day Gift?
Unless the team chips in for a bouquet of flowers, sending the boss an order of roses borders on the questionable intentions. Flowers tend to be a personal gift. Reserved for Mom, a significant other or a hospitalized associate, flower bouquets are a normal stand by, idea. (Visit Flowers St Louis for more floral arrangement ideas).
Since you mentioned that you boss is a health buff, the only gifts that ensure satisfaction is a fresh fruit bouquet of organic fruit. As you mentioned that you boss is persnickety about what he eats, consider giving a fresh fruit bouquet comprised of organic fruit.
Also the 100 percent organic fruit wears a label, stamped with the words: USDA Certified Organic. As a result, only a handful of fruit bouquet companies genuinely package organic fresh fruit bouquets.
To ease your planning, Fruit Bouquet has provided two reliable sources for organic fruit:
- Cherry Moon Farms’ fresh fruit bouquets include organic apples or if you want to impress him check out the fresh fruit bouquet company’ “Organic Extravaganza”(under $45) which comes with all certified fruit (bartlett or d’anjou Pears, fuji or gala Apples, avocados, kiwi, navel Oranges and grapefruit
- At Harry and David, the Royal Riviera ® pears are organic