We often choose gifts based on how old the intended recipient is. Even with kids, toy gifts should be age-appropriate. Growing up often means receiving gifts that are more practical than whimsical. Young sons get video games, comic books and other fun things, while their dads get cuff links, neck ties, or some other useful, practical items. Father’s day gift ideas are usually these kinds of things — functional, practical, and sensible.

Fathes Day Gift

The office is a place for practical and utilitarian things, and with this, corporate gifts are often assumed to be items of a useful nature. Don’t get me wrong, practical gifts are awesome, but why not give your employees a unique father’s day gift this year for a change? All work and no play makes a very dull (and even dissatisfied) employee, so maybe you should appeal to their inner child by giving them gift baskets with a twist: a chocolate-filled classic toy vehicle!

Deliver the sweet loot to your staff through exquisitely crafted wooden toy trucks! These hand-painted classic toys have a sort of whimsy and timelessness that your employees would surely love. The toys come with an assortment of Maple Ridge Farms gourmet chocolates. Take your pick from a great selection of designs, from a 1911 pick-up truck or a 1913 vintage ambulance, both of which come with chocolate almonds and extra fancy jumbo cashews, to a 1939 armored car that carries chocolate almonds and chocolate gourmet mints!

Take a break from the humdrum of the 9 to 5 life and indulge your employees and business partners in this one-of-a-kind gift idea from PromosLogos, an established supplier of business promotional products. The trucks could also be custom imprinted with a design of your choice.