Does Your Company Have a Corporate Valentine?
Valentine's Day has long been a holiday about love and relationships; about appreciation and respect. But not only do we have these relationships on a personal level, but on a corporate level also.
Online, January 28, 2013 (Newswire.com) - Valentine's Day has long been a holiday about love and relationships; about appreciation and respect. But not only do we have these relationships on a personal level, but on a corporate level also.
"Companies are dependent on other corporations, and the better your relationship is with them, the better your company does." Joyce Matson, COO of Ingallina's Box Lunch, who deals with corporate relations on a daily basis. "The better relationship I have with a vendor, the less likely I am to even look at its competitors."
That is why every year on February 14th, Ingallina's nearly doubles in production. "Companies are starting to realize that Valentine's Day is not just about love, but about respect and appreciation, and that translates into the corporate world as well."
So what does one give its Company Valentine for Valentine's Day? That depends on your budget, and how many people you intend to treat. Some people send a few party platters for lunch, but we are known for our Valentine's cookies. For the month of February, Ingallina's is featuring a Cherry Shortbread Cookie, filled with dried cherries and frosted with a cherry icing. "It is by far our most requested cookie." And with free delivery through out the Seattle Area (Everett to Tacoma and East to Issaquah), Portland, (Vancouver to Wilsonville, Hillsboro to Troutdale), and the greater Los Angeles area (including Burbank and Pasadena) the only hard part is choosing a corporate Valentine. So who is Ingallina's Corporate Valentine? "It's a secret!"
For more information on all of Ingallina's Valentine's Day Gifts, visit www.ingallina.net
About Ingallina's Box Lunch:
Ingallina's Box Lunch is a high quality, casual catering company specializing in the needs of corporate offices. Known for its large free delivery area and exceptionally fresh, delicious menu items, it has become a staple in meetings throughout the Northwest.