Tips & Trends
Corporate Gifts are a wonderful way to engage your clients and employees, and help you demonstrate your gratitude and recognition for their essential role in your business. Many of these products can be used as handouts or placed in gift baskets at corporate meetings and events. The array of gifts from this region conveys the splendors of the land and culture. Please peruse this short list of available high-quality corporate gifts, and consider a purchase that will show you care.
Trilby’s BBQ sauces and rubs have been flavoring the Northwest since 1976. These marinades are made in the Kansas City tradition—sweet and tangy, with a pepper finish. They have won prizes in Texas and Kansas City itself, taking second place in the American Royal World Series of BBQ! From the Pacific Northwest to the barbequing South, Trilby’s BBQ sauce is a world champion on plank salmon and ribs alike.
For eighteen years, Chukar Cherries has graced Pike Place Market with cherry and chocolate confections. Gift baskets of dried fruit, spreads, and chocolates made with country cherries make a hallmark Washington treat from the heart of Seattle. Chukar Cherries offers customization on corporate orders— provide your own branded tags or have your company logo printed right on the box!
Dry Fly Distilling brings farm to bottle ethics to the world of spirits. The Palouse farming region of eastern Washington provides world-famous grains for Dry Fly’s award-winning liquor. With grains sourced from single farms and dedicated to individual batches, Dry Fly shows its commitment to quality ingredients. Vodka, gin, and a variety of whiskeys make a tasteful gift for any occasion.
Cookbook and Family Travel Guide combined, Eat & Explore Washington by Christy Campbell is a delicious handbook of recipes, festivals, and family destinations across the Evergreen State. Get to know Washington’s small communities through their local flavors and county fairs. This book is perfect for Washington business lobbies, farm-fresh chefs, and weekend adventurers.
Ekone is a Chinook Indian word meaning good spirit, and the oysters sold by the Ekone Oyster Company truly validate the name. The Willapa Bay estuary provides a thriving harvest of triploid oysters, a modern and hearty line of shellfish. Be they smoked, shucked, frozen, or fresh, a gift of oysters is guaranteed to bring good spirit.
In the heart of Woodinville wine country sits the Novelty Hill-Januik Winery. Run by veteran winemaker Mike Januik, the twin wineries ship their wares across the world. However, a trip for pick-up at the wineries is a trip well worth making. The estate vineyard at Stillwater Creek is wine school, restaurant, and winery all in one, with award-winning architectural design showcasing award-winning wines.
Pike Brewing Company is known for masterfully crafted beers, so it is no surprise that their XXXXX Stout Mustard is such a hit. Used for years in their pub in Pike Place Market, this stone-ground deli mustard is bottled and sold by popular demand. Pike Stout Mustard won a gold medal in the Museum of Mustard’s international competition, bumping out bottles from Dijon, France, and pub-heavy England.
Seabear wild salmon products in Anacortes, Washington, operates by the motto “Seafood Experiences to Share.™” For an astounding 70 years the smoking and shipping business has been sending delicacies from the depths of Puget Sound to tables across all 50 states. Using a patented seal-and-ship design, Seabear’s products remain fresh for any trip, even the chowders and bisques. Surprise a friend with shellfish in the mail!
RedBird Sports designs elegance and power in the form of beautiful, custom-built golf clubs. Exclusive individuality is par for the course at RedBird. For 31 years they have custom-built and custom-fit entire sets of clubs to the specific physique, stature, ability, and goals of each golfer. Their signature design lets everyone know you’re swinging a RedBird. Plans to expand their patented fitting equipment to accept all brands means that no matter where you bought the club, RedBird can make it yours alone.
Torch Illumination Co. is a Pacific Northwest candle making company with a northwestern mission: Give back to the environment that has given us so much. All natural soy-wax, tin containers, cotton wicks, locally sourced ingredients, and even 100% recyclable labeling prove that these folks are committed to their cause. On top of that, 10% of sales go to conservation charities! Their candle scents are out of this world, and that is good news for the planet.