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Hi, hope you can help me come up with a suggestion? One of my very favourite clients has just moved about 18-20 miles away from the salon but still insists she wants to come and its going to be her second visit tomorrow since the move to the new house. I really feel guilty about this and even suggested I can help find a therapist quite local to her new place (via SG of course lol) but she's still happy to come to me.

I want to get her something for the new house but don't know what to get really. She's been a loyal client from day one and sometimes bring lunch for me (she actaully buys the lunch), presents when she goes away and has also bought stuff for my 2 kids and not to forget the tips.

Any suggestions will be welcome but consider I don't have a lot to spend. Thanks all:biggrin:
 

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Ithink you can never go wrong with a good quality perfumed candle and a lovely card .Well done you as well for thinking of others, I suspect that's why she comes to you as well x
 

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How about something for her garden - at this time of the year the garden centres have their pots and hanging baskets all planted ready-done with bedding plants etc so it's something she'd enjoy over the next few months?
 

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Hi, hope you can help me come up with a suggestion? One of my very favourite clients has just moved about 18-20 miles away from the salon but still insists she wants to come and its going to be her second visit tomorrow since the move to the new house. I really feel guilty about this and even suggested I can help find a therapist quite local to her new place (via SG of course lol) but she's still happy to come to me.

I want to get her something for the new house but don't know what to get really. She's been a loyal client from day one and sometimes bring lunch for me (she actaully buys the lunch), presents when she goes away and has also bought stuff for my 2 kids and not to forget the tips.

Any suggestions will be welcome but consider I don't have a lot to spend. Thanks all:biggrin:
How lovely thats nice to hear...
a small simple plant (some good ones at supermarkets) :wink2:
 

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One f my most loyal clients was turning 50 and like ur lent is so loyal and spent a small fortune when I had my baby so for her birthday because it was a special Bday I bought her a nice Yankee candle and nice card xx
 

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Ithink you can never go wrong with a good quality perfumed candle and a lovely card .Well done you as well for thinking of others, I suspect that's why she comes to you as well x
Very good idea charlcake, I'm short of time now as I see her mid day tomorrow (any idea where I can get that in shops) as shopping online now is quite late.
 

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How about something for her garden - at this time of the year the garden centres have their pots and hanging baskets all planted ready-done with bedding plants etc so it's something she'd enjoy over the next few months?
Nice one Floss26, she spoke a lot about her beautiful big garden.
 

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How lovely thats nice to hear...
a small simple plant (some good ones at supermarkets) :wink2:
Thanks a lot Onlyme will check my local supermarket and see what I can get. I see her again tomorrow.
 

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One f my most loyal clients was turning 50 and like ur lent is so loyal and spent a small fortune when I had my baby so for her birthday because it was a special Bday I bought her a nice Yankee candle and nice card xx
I love Yankee Candles but that might be too late now as I think I can only get them online. Where did you get yours please?
 

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I love Yankee Candles but that might be too late now as I think I can only get them online. Where did you get yours please?
Our local garden centre sells them. If you have any garden centres nearby they usually stock gifts like candles.
 

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Asda are now doing Yankee, as are Wyevale Garden Centres and some B&Qs
 

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Can't go wrong with a Yankee candle !

20miles is not to far to go when you think some people drive more than twice a day to work and back. My old hairdresser moved about 50miles away and he had loads of clients follow him. She obviously values you a lot.
 

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