Plushible offers a simple gifting experience that saves customers time with seamless navigation, gift-ready packaging, and fast shipping.
CLEVELAND, OH, November 01, 2017 /24-7PressRelease/ -- OrangeOnions has launched its new website, Plushible.com, making it easy for long-distance loved ones to share a smile.
Plushible specializes in memorable, classic gifts from beloved plush brands such as Gund, Russ Berrie, and KidKraft. Gifts are available for major holidays including Christmas, Valentine's Day, and Easter, as well as special occasions ranging from birthdays to baby showers.
Plushible offers a simple gifting experience that saves customers time with seamless navigation, gift-ready packaging, and fast shipping. The easy-to-use website makes finding the right gift a breeze, and gift-ready packaging means items are ready to ship directly to loved ones with no downtime. Free shipping is available on all purchases in the U.S., and international shipping is offered through a partnership with Bongo.
Plushible provides expert advice and gifting ideas that are tailored for each purchase, helping to create a personalized gift-giving experience. Last minute add-ons make it easy to create a custom gift set for family and friends. Plushible's gift experts also provide helpful care instructions and gifting advice for customers through website FAQs, social media profiles and live chat.
Established in 2007, OrangeOnions is a family-owned business located in the Cleveland-area suburb of North Randall, OH. Modestly carrying only one product originally, OrangeOnions has grown into a 104,000 square-foot retail warehouse selling thousands of different toys and other consumer products through online marketplaces as well as through their own branded websites OrangeOnions.com, PlaytimebyEimmie.com, and now Plushible.com. OrangeOnions has been featured on Internet Retailer's list of top 1000 online retailers and is currently A+ rated with the Better Business Bureau (BBB.org). Please visit us online at Plushible.com
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