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Jon Wheatley
Jon WheatleyHunter@jon · CEO,
Huge fan of this service. You can send a friend a cute gift with a hand written note for only $10 including shipping. This will be a huge time saver for me around Christmas.
Zoë Scharf
Zoë ScharfMaker@zoescharf · Creative Director & Co-founder, greetabl
Hey PH! Giftabl is a new service by @greetabl. We handwrite your typed message and pair it with a gift of your choice (solo cup shot glasses, piles of confetti, custom fortune cookies, etc). The card folds up into a gift box and we send it directly to your fave people in a cute box. It's easy as writing a message and adding an address. Makes your friends feel like a million bucks for just ten!
Ryan HooverPro@rrhoover · Founder, Product Hunt
We're big fans of MailLift, a service for sending handwritten cards. In fact, we used it to send several hundred thank you's to the PH community (more on that here). I really like how Giftabl takes it one step further with an accompanying gift, while still making it relatively cheap. @zoescharf what other gift packages do you have planned in the future?
Zoë Scharf
Zoë ScharfMaker@zoescharf · Creative Director & Co-founder, greetabl
We loved the MailLift cards (a lot... Thanks for the kind words! In 2015 we'll be able to remind you of upcoming occasions & friends' birthdays a week in advance. We'll also introduce new shapes & sizes for the greetabl packaging. The gift selection itself will be constantly evolving for different holidays, stay tuned. @rrhoover, any suggestions in particular?
Johnny Quach
Johnny Quach@johnnyquachy · VP Product @ AIrhelp
This is absolutely perfect. Great hunt
Zoë Scharf
Zoë ScharfMaker@zoescharf · Creative Director & Co-founder, greetabl
@johnnyquachy Thanks, Johnny!
Brendan Beirne
Brendan Beirne@brendanbeirne · Product / strategy, Joojoo
Congrats on the recent raise -- fantastic to see STL companies taking it to the next level :)