Of course, working in the office, the first thing you usually do when you arrive in work is to turn on the computer. In yesterday's case, mine first task of the day was to answer the phone even before I could get my computer on. So it was that I was testily stretching the phone cable to its furthest reach whilst struggling to press the power on button on my computer. It also didn't help that the customer wanted to ask me about some of our hampers, and it's actually really difficult to answer her when your computer is not on and you can see what's on offer on our site yet!
Thankfully, her basket and hamper questions were easily answerable, she wanted to send a gift basket to a primary school in Edgware, UK, to thank them for looking after her son throughout the school year. With schools closing for the summer (if they're not already closed) we had been dispatching a number of thank you gifts for teachers, reception staff, headmaster etc, for their hard work looking after their pupils, so luckily I managed to point her towards one of the team sharing hampers I could remember off the top of my head.
If you're sending to a group of staff or teachers, why not try the above New London gift basket? It's one of our team-sharing baskets, so it's perfect as a corporate thank you gift for small teams of people (4-8 people). It's a non-perishable basket, filled with items that you don't need to refrigerate just in case there is no staff fridge, and also filled to the brim with all sorts of afternoon tea nibbles such as cake, muffins, cupcakes, traybakes etc. You are sure to be a teacher's favourite sending this in!