Great Holiday Gift Ideas Courtesy of Our Clients

Written by Maureen Paulsen on Friday, December 16th, 2016

We love our clients for so many reasons…not the least of which is they give us great holiday gift ideas for friends and loved ones! If you’re stumped trying to find a unique present for that special someone, look no further than offerings from a few brilliant local entrepreneurs.

Check out these gift ideas courtesy of our fantastic clients:

For the health nut or exercise novice: a new way to get fitcyclebar-class

When CycleBar Flower Mound made its debut earlier this year, local media and fitness buffs alike took notice. And no wonder, as CycleBar’s immersive indoor cycling experience is cool, communal and just plain fun. But CycleBar isn’t only a spot for hard core cyclists—the staff loves welcoming new riders and folks just starting an exercise regime. One of their novice riders was even featured in The Dallas Morning News after she dropped an amazing 80 pounds using CycleBar classes as a key part of her new healthy lifestyle.

From now until Christmas Eve, CycleBar Flower Mound is offering huge savings on gift card purchases.  Stop into the studio to get a $75 Gift Card for $50, $150 Gift Card for $100, $225 Gift Card for $150 or a $300 Gift Card for $200.

https://flowermound.cyclebar.com/

For the woman who has everything: custom fit intimate apparel & cozy accessories2750062

If you’ve ever gone to the mall or a chain store and found yourself searching desperately for ANYONE to help you, a visit to the Maddox Shop will be a refreshing change. Specializing in intimate apparel and custom bra fittings, The Maddox Shop has been in business for more than 80 years because they know that personal service matters.  With fabulous brands and styles in everything from lingerie and swimwear to sleepwear and mastectomy apparel, they offer onsite seamstresses to customize a bra for the perfect fit. Plus, they have a great loyalty program.

A Maddox Shop gift certificate will be appreciated by any woman on your list.  The store is located in Dallas’ Casa Linda Plaza near White Rock Lake.

www.maddoxshop.com

For the Texas traveler: a private jet on wheelsVonlaneSeats1

Since they came on the scene a little over two years ago, Vonlane has changed the game when it comes to getting around Texas.  Gone are the days of grinding to halt after halt driving in I-35 traffic or slogging through security lines at Love Field. With Vonlane you simply park (for free), step aboard their beautiful luxury coach, get settled in a huge leather seat, and let someone else do the driving while you enjoy snacks and drinks served by an on-board attendant, Wi-fi, TV, and other amenities galore. Whether it’s for business or pleasure, Vonlane is the smartest, most relaxing way to travel between Dallas, Austin, San Antonio, and Houston.

Beyond business travelers, a Vonlane gift card is a great Christmas gift for a college student, grandparent, friend, or family member you want to encourage to visit you.

www.vonlane.com

Finally from all of us at MPD Ventures Company, thank you for your business, referrals, and friendship this year.

Happy holidays!

About Maureen Paulsen

Maureen PaulsenMaureen brings 15 years of marketing and communications experience to her role, where she develops brand strategies and communications programs for a diverse group of clients. She specializes in creating innovative marketing and advertising campaign concepts. Maureen oversees content development and provides art direction for client collateral, Web and advertising to ensure brand consistency across all media formats. In 2011, she received a Clarion Award from the Association for Women in Communications.

Prior to joining MPD Ventures, Maureen worked as the Marketing Communications Manager for one of the largest law firms in Texas, where she led a major rebranding initiative. Her past experience includes freelance writing focusing on consumer and personal finance issues, as well as project management for a Boston-based energy services provider.

Maureen serves on the board of directors of Dallas non-profit agency Attitudes & Attire. She earned her undergraduate degree in English and Art History at Wellesley College.