A friend of mine is tremendous cook. It’s always a pleasure to eat at her house. At the end of every meal she gets the same comments about starting a cafe, restaurant or some type gourmet food business. As a startup evangelist I’m glad to say that time has finally come.
Welcome to Rubble – Home baked goodness from Bec.
The launch product is Homemade Gingerbread House which is that we expect to see in some Hollywood Christmas movie than on our dinner table this Christmas.
The thing I love about it the most is the ability to customize. I’m getting the family name ‘Sammartino’ on ours. Might even be a very cool thing to get your brand name on it or gift it.
WHAT: Large, gift wrapped, X-Mas Gingerbread Houses (see attached photos)
LIMITED OFFER: 50 only being made. First in best dressed!!!
HOW MUCH: $60 (COD)
WHERE: Collection from 42 Peers St, Richmond, but we can work something out if difficult.
HOW TO ORDER: Return email providing – name, contact number, quantity required, pick up date, personalised name of house (if wanted).
APPEARANCE & TASTE: You will say “Wow’ for both! But not too spicy for the children to eat.
* email your orders to (bunglik [at] gmail dot com)
You know you want one.
Here’s some Quirky Business Christmas facts for a bit of fun:
- The story of Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer was written in 1939 for a store promotion by an advertising employee of the department store Montgomery Ward.
- The modern image of Santa Claus (big red suit) was developed by Coca Cola for promotional purposes
- More than 30 million ‘real’ (dead?) Christmas trees are sold in the USA each Christmas
- Boxing day (practiced in Commonwealth Countries) was originally when citizens give gifts to the less fortunate members of society. Now they run to department store sales to buy big screen TV’s.
- In 1951 Former US president Ronald Regan encouraged people to give Chesterfield Cigarettes to friends for Christmas. I wonder what he gave his enemies?
- The first commercial Christmas Cards were commissioned in 1843 during the Victorian Era by Sir Henry Cole in London.
- The best selling Christmas toy in 1959 was Mattel’s Barbie, the same year that the doll launched into market.
- According to the Harvard Crimson around 80 percent of non-Christians are actively participating in what some view as an explicitly and exclusively Christian holiday.
- In 1982 the Cabbage Patch kids was the best selling Christmas toy. By 1984 the Coleco toy company had sold over $ billion worth of said dolls not adjusted for inflation!
- Only 1 out of 3 Christmas cards have a religious message.
- During the Christmas buying season, Visa cards are used an average of 5,340 times every minute in the United States alone.
Add your quirky Christmas business facts to the comments!