Lewes Gifts is turning eight years old in March.
Each weekend of the month, Lewes Gifts will be celebrating with in-store specials and events - a wine and cheese party, a St. Patrick’s Day crawl, and a freshen up the home event, to name a few. Also, there will be gifts with purchase including a free Joan’s Bee Keeper lip balm with $25 purchase and complimentary recycled Lewes tote with $50 purchase.
When Blooming Boutique moved to its current Second Street location, the gift shop on Second Street had recently closed, and there was no longer a traditional gift shop on the street for visitors. With this knowledge, and prompted by Teddy Bair and Barbara Ammermon, former Wildflower gift shop employees, Micha Seto was inspired to open Lewes Gifts. Eight years later, Bair and Ammermon are still with Lewes Gifts. And the store has a brand-new look and feel. New products for the season have already started to arrive, including flamingo and coastal themed décor.
Lewes Gifts team members deeply value customer relationships and love to reward shoppers with their in-store customer loyalty program. Anyone who joins the Lewes Gifts Rewards program receives 10 percent back on purchases made in the store every time six visits are completed. To date, nearly 4,000 people belong to the rewards program and more than $16,000 have been issued in gift certificates.
The product lines carried in Lewes Gifts have varied over the years, and Seto is always looking to bring in new and exciting gifts for everyone. Top gifts include kitchen novelties by Mud Pie, bath and body products by Beekman 1802, and gourmet food items like nuts, sea salt caramels, and salsas. A wide selection of unique cards are available to complete a gift package.