Here at Prosperity Candle, we spend a lot of time encouraging companies and organizations to shift the gift, in order to reflect their values and have their message endure.
This time however, we’d rather you hear directly from one of our customers on why they chose to give Prosperity Candle products for their 2012 holiday client gift baskets (while it may seem early to be talking about the holidays in August, many companies select their end of the year gifts in early fall!).
At Triangle Manufacturing Inc., a medical manufacturing company and family run business for over 50 years, we are truly grateful for the opportunity to work collaboratively with our clients, employees and partners and share in our mutual success.
So when it came time to select a unique holiday gift representative of what we stand for, Prosperity Candle felt like the perfect fit. We deeply value quality and entrepreneurship as that is how my father, our Founder established our humble beginnings back in 1955.
The beautiful gift baskets were created by local Burmese refugee women working at Prosperity Candle’s new manufacturing space in MA which included our own custom Triangle candle. In the true spirit of honoring our partnerships, we sent each of our clients and valued partners a basket to celebrate the power of opportunity and our ability to expand it. It contained the work of woman in distressed regions and circumstances around the world who, through a supportive entrepreneurial experience manage to learn, grow and find a meaningful path to prosperity.
In return we received heartfelt notes of gratitude about the beautiful products and the positive impact made on behalf of another. It was a wonderful way to thank the people we value in our business and lives.
Neal Strohmeyer, CEO of Triangle Manufacturing
Join Neal and Triangle in making the distinctive choice to give gifts that give back this year and order your custom candles and gift setstoday!
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