Solving Holiday Shopping Woes
Finding the perfect gift for that hard-to-buy-for husband, sister-in-law, nephew or pal is an annual challenge for holiday shoppers. Searching through shopping malls or clicking through hundreds of Web sites can dampen even the highest holiday spirits. Now at FindGift.com, gift-givers can connect with unique finds like OneShare.com, where you can buy a beautifully framed individual share of stock in one of 130 U. public companies. This gift doesn't require batteries or assembly, won't wear out, is never the wrong size and lasts a lifetime. The frames are engraved with the company's services, products, characters and history. New parents or first-time grandparents, for example, can celebrate a child's first Christmas with a first share of Disney stock. Instead of a box of golf balls, golf lovers will appreciate a share of Callaway stock.
If you have a biker on your list, you can honor his alter ego with a share of Harley-Davidson stock. And for mothers, a share of Tiffany & Co. or Martha Stewart is sure to please. Shoppers can purchase one share of stock for $39, plus the price of the stock as listed on the stock exchange, in less than three minutes. Frame choices range from a complimentary hard matte paper frame to wood or brushed metal frames from $34 to $75. You can further personalize the gift with a special message on the frame's plaque. This holiday season, OneShare will donate 1 percent (approximately $1) of each stock sold through Dec. 31, 2005 to benefit Women for Women International. Founded in 1993, the organization helps women in war-torn regions rebuild their lives by giving them financial and emotional support, vocational training, rights awareness, education and access to capital for business development.
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