Tags: christmas, new years, qci direct, resolutions
We sure had a fun time at our annual holiday party! We hope your holidays were full of family, friends and fun as well. So, what are your resolutions for the new year? Do you make any? I know some people do, some don’t.
Our resolutions revolve around our customers. We resolve to find the most practical products for you and offering them at the fairest prices. We attend vendor shows across the country, looking for the latest and greatest. We also have some surprises in store for 2012. One of them involves the QCI Guys. We’re bringing them back! You’re going to love their informative and entertaining clips about new items. We also plan to continue with giveaways and promotions on Facebook and twitter, so be sure to like and follow us.
I’ll leave you with a link to an article with 10 tips for keeping those resolutions this year and beyond.
Whether it’s exercising more, eating better or taking more time for yourself, we wish you the best in 2012!
Happy New Year everyone!
Tags: christmas, christmas lights, holidays, light-bulb tester, xmas
How are your holiday preparations going?
My goodness, time goes by fast – it’s hard to believe that the New Year is right around the corner. The following photo was taken at our holiday party last year. We had a “Decorate Your Own Cupcake” bar. It was a lot of fun and pretty easy to do. This is something all ages love.
Speaking of decorating, I put up my Christmas tree last night. It never fails, I get everything out and I discover a dead bulb. Ugh! Thankfully, I had this Light-Bulb Tester. I used it to find the bad bulb in just seconds! It’s really simple to use. I also like the fact that you can use this while the lights are on the tree (or wreath), indoors or out. This is one of those products that is nice to have on hand. Plus, the Bulb Tester works with color and white string lights.
Now that my tree is all set, I can focus on my second favorite part of holiday prep – baking! Not sure what my specialty cookie is going to be this year. Advice welcome.
Happy holidays to you and yours!