Remember that time you thought you purchased the perfect gift and found out that the recipient returned it? Let’s face it, we can all use a little gift giving inspiration when it’s time to start holiday shopping. Whether you are shopping for that special someone in your life, best friend or even coworker, finding the perfect holiday gift can be daunting.
TV Host and Consumer Trends Expert Andrew Krasny believes there has never been a better time for shoppers to spend with total power and confidence. On Tuesday, December 6th, Andrew will be available to share some of his fool-proof tips to make sure your holiday shopping is stress free.
The holiday season is right around the corner and with it comes celebrating age old traditions with family, friends and loved ones. It’s also time to start planning how to pick out the perfect gift for everyone on your list. This year, the easiest way to WOW is to plug your loved ones in with all of the new tech options available on the market!
Nationally recognized consumer trends and technology expert Andrew Krasny has figured out the puzzle giving gifts that are a hit every time.
Do you have a gadget lover on your holiday list and not sure what to get them? In the midst of the holiday hustle, it's all too easy to end up with an outdated gadget or obsolete gizmo. And with this economy, gadget gift mistakes can be costly.
Well, you're in luck! Consumer technology trends expert Drew Krasny will show you some of the coolest gifts for all the
If you are like most consumers, the current economic environment and has you re-thinking your holiday shopping list. And, with holiday shopping now in full effect, what better time than now to start thinking about how you can save while still getting the perfect gift for everyone on your list. Nationally recognized consumer trends expert Drew Krasny has great gift ideas to help stretch your holiday dollar. He will discuss everything from the latest trends in gift giving and how to shop on a budget to tips on how to avoid the most common holiday shopping mistakes.