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Loubacca
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Company Sales Awards

I need some ideas for some good sales awards for salesmen who achieve certain goals for the year. In the past we have done iMacs, iPads, iPods, Go Pro cameras, Tag watches, Mont Blanc pens, cruises, etc. I'm thinking maybe the Bose bluetooth speakers and maybe something like Beats by Dre headphones. We have different levels of awards so I'm looking at stuff between $200 to $3000. Anything else I'm missing besides strippers and blow?

I need some good gift ideas for these people that make us dat money
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LSUzealot
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re: Company Sales Awards
Most large companies offer free all inclusive vacations.

You could get a sweet deal in Mexico for probably $1,000 per person.


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SG_Geaux
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re: Company Sales Awards
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Beats by Dre headphones.




Give them some HDMI Monster Cables to.


LsuTool
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primerica?


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Loubacca
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or any similar headphones, it was just an idea bruh


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Hermit Crab
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re: Company Sales Awards
I would rather have any of the old gifts over the two new ones you mentioned.



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nikki6
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How about Amex gift cards? My company gives out $500 and $1000 gift cards among other things and the reps seems to like the gift cards best. That way they can go buy something they actually want...unlike Beats headphones


Hermit Crab
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How about Amex gift cards? My company gives out $500 and $1000 gift cards among other things


this, I was going to say store gift cards, but AMEX would be better since you could use them many more places.


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Loubacca
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re: Company Sales Awards
I'm all about doing gift cards or cash but the owner would rather not.

Any new electronics out now that are must haves?


nikki6
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That Sonos speaker system would be cool


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Rouge
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We have different levels of awards so I'm looking at stuff between $200 to $3000. Anything else I'm missing besides strippers and blow?


give me the cash and keep your "gifts" to yourself


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OldSouth
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Loubacca


I guess you've never been in sales but that's not your fault. You know what salesmen want? Cash. Not hams, turkeys, Ipads, Vacations, Cruises. None of that shite.

CASH.


pooponsaban
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$3000


Yeah, I'd prefer cash.


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Loubacca
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I am in sales, this would be the only choice if it was up to me. That's why I'm having trouble coming up with stuff.


yurintroubl
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$3K will get you airfare and 5 days in Cabo.

You could also get some kind of "couples" long weekend getaway for any of your married/attached guys.


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OldSouth
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I am in sales, this would be the only choice if it was up to me. That's why I'm having trouble coming up with stuff.


Then there's your answer.


noonan
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Get them really nice watches with some sort of engraving.


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Chair
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How about they all get a special certificate that says:

"You did great this year. Your prize for this is THE FACT THAT YOU HAVE A frickING JOB."



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GFunk
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re: Company Sales Awards
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Loubacca


quote:

I need some ideas for some good sales awards for salesmen who achieve certain goals for the year. In the past we have done iMacs, iPads, iPods, Go Pro cameras, Tag watches, Mont Blanc pens, cruises, etc. I'm thinking maybe the Bose bluetooth speakers and maybe something like Beats by Dre headphones. Anything else I'm missing besides stripper and blow?

I need some good gift ideas for these people that make us dat money


This is the kind of thing I'd want for that price range:

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Link to manufacturer's site

Or this...

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Get Myo

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Ruggedized Camera

Here's something incredibly cool and relatively inexpensive based on your other purchases.

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3 Doodler

Or lastly...

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Must...Have...






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nikki6
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re: Company Sales Awards
That flask is badass. Too bad it's $900


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