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  • Make Event Planning Easy with AGiftList.com
  • Tracy Freese
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Make Event Planning Easy with AGiftList.com

Let’s face it, planning an event can be time-consuming but if you’re planning an event with a gift registry, it can be downright frustrating.  Most gift registry businesses have limitations on the things that your guests can buy and often require shipping, postage, and other miscellaneous costs.  Not only does all of this create a hassle on you planning the event, but it can be frustrating for your guests as well. 

AGiftList.com aims to take all the hassle out of organizing events.  Whether it’s a birthday, baby shower, wedding, anniversary, or even a reunion, AGiftList.com is ready to help. The easy to use website is perfect for helping you get organized for any event.

“AGiftList.com lets you add your guests, select a Wishlist, and gives you the power to decide on how many gifts you want.  Once you’ve got it all setup, the link will be sent out and your guests do the rest.” –Terry Chandler, Founder

Not only does this site make it easy to get your lists together, but they also help to overcome some of the hassles you find with other registry companies.  For example, with other registries you are often limited to what you can buy based on the business you’re doing your registry through. AGiftList.com lets you create your registry without these restrictions by allowing guests to purchase in their own areas of residence.  This cuts out shipping costs, postage, and your guests don’t have to worry about the wrong item being shipped to their door.  It’s one less thing for you and your guests to worry about.

If you have any events coming up, including holiday plans, then check out AGiftList.com.  You can monitor your Wishlist and who's planning on coming to your event all from the comfort of your own home. Help take the edge off of you and your guests by giving AGiftList.com a try.

 

 

  • Tracy Freese
  • entrepreneurminimalist fashionminimalist technologysimple