Ohio Gift Baskets Delivered, Gift Basket Delivery to OH
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Ohio Gift Basket Delivery for All Occasions
Secure lasting friendships with stunning OH gift basket delivery. When selecting a gift for a friend in Ohio, gift baskets expand your choices while enabling you to find an elaborate, thoughtful gift without leaving the comforts of your home or office. Adorable Gift Baskets delivers gift baskets, fruit, gourmet food, flowers, plants, balloons, presents and unique gifts.
Gift baskets themes include such
occasions as birthday, get well, new baby, thank you, sympathy, housewarming, holiday as well as almost every corporate and personal event. There are countless opportunities throughout the year to show you care with an OH gift basket. Christmas Holiday, Valentine's Day, Easter, Mother's Day, Father's Day, Thanksgiving, New Year and even Halloween - our OH gift delivery covers all seasons and holidays. You will enjoy easy, secure online ordering, free ground shipping, and fast gift basket delivery.
When selecting a gift for a friend in Ohio, gift baskets expand your choices while enabling you to find an elaborate, thoughtful gift without leaving the comforts of your home or office. With easy, secure online ordering at Adorable Gift Baskets, you can choose from hundreds of beautiful Ohio gift baskets and have gifts delivered to the homes of your friends in a cinch.
Adorable Gift Baskets offers practical Ohio gift delivery for every occasion. Whether it's a cheerful gift giving occasion such as a birthday, wedding or anniversary celebration or a touching occasion such as Mother's Day or Father's Day, we make it easy to surprise your friends and loved ones. If you have an Ohio friend that's home bound because of sickness, you can be a blessing just by sending a lovely gift basket stuffed with their favorite gourmet foods, snacks, and goodies. For example, savory gourmet treats, chocolates, fruit and more make up the contents of gift baskets sent to Ohio. You can also send gift basket for new babies, new parents and luxurious pamper bath and body gift baskets. There's something special for everyone in our gift baskets!
With our easy online gift basket selection, you'll find it fun and easy to send gift baskets to OH friends for the holidays. Christmas foods such as chocolates, gourmet snacks, cocoa, tea, and coffee tend to melt the hearts of gift recipients on those cold winter days. Your warm smile will surely come to mind as your OH friend samples all the delectable holiday goodies in their gift basket. Rest assured, as you check off all the names on your holiday shopping list while selecting from our Ohio gift basket website, your gifts will be delivered with blistering speed at an affordable rate.
Adorable Gift Baskets takes pride in high caliber service and excellent quality OH gift delivery. Ohio gift baskets are artfully hand arranged and designed in such a way that each gift baskets makes its own statement and leaves a lasting impression in the mind of the recipient! Our gift baskets delivered to Ohio can help you shine like a champion on occasions such as your boss' birthday or when landing a big sale with a business client. Our elegant corporate gift baskets help you stand out in the business world while saving you time and money.
Fascinating Facts About Ohio
Thatís Ohio Entertainment - The Drew Carey Show was set in Cleveland; hence the theme song, Cleveland Rocks. And it does; in fact, there it is home to The Rock and Roll Hall of fame. Also famous from Michigan is Thomas Edison who invented the Edison phonograph, an early version of the picture camera and of course the light bulb. Today, the pride of Ohio is the Pulitzer Prize winning author, Toni Morrison, from Lorain. Celebrities born and/or raised in Ohio include Bob Hope, Steven Spielberg, Paul Newman, Annie Oakley, Arsenio Hall, Jack Nicklaus, and Clark Gable.
Ohio never got the memo that state flags are square and that is why their flag is in the shape of a pennant. Shh, no one tell will them.
Getting Around Ohio -
If Michigan provided the cars, Ohio provided the gas and tires when 1) the first full-time service station was opened in 1899 and 2) Charles Goodyear of Akron developed the process of vulcanizing rubber in 1839. So it makes sense then that Akron is also home to the Goodyear Blimp. If you would rather walk then drive (or fly in a blimp) then Ohio is the state for you. The Newport Southbank Bridge (formerly the L&N Railroad Bridge) connects Cincinnati, Ohio with Newport, KY and, well, the bridge is purple and only pedestrians are allowed so it has been dubbed the Purple People Bridge. From purple to riddles: how can you cross a bridge over a river and still be on the same side? The answer is that you just crossed the Y Bridge in Zanesville Ohio that runs over the confluence of two rivers. According to Ripleyís Believe it or Not, this is the only bridge in the world that solves this riddle.
The Odds in Ohio -
If you want to be an astronaut or President of the United States and you were born in Ohio then the odds are on your side. If you are from another state, consider a move to Ohio. It was birthplace to seven (lucky number) presidents: Ulysses S. Grant, Rutherford B. Hayes, James Garfield, Benjamin Harrison, William McKinley, William Taft, and Warren G. Harding. If seven is a lucky number of presidents to have from your state, then the number of astronauts (24) is astronomical!
Not only were the Wright Brothers, masterminds behind the first airplane, born in Ohio but so was Neil Armstrong, who took one giant step when he was the first man (and Ohioan) to walk on the moon. In fact, even the senator from Ohio, John Glenn, made it into space. In 1998 he became the oldest man to do so. Of course, this occurred after he was the first American (and Ohioan) to orbit the earth in 1962. No wonder Ohio is called the ìbirthplace of aviation.î
Pop Goes Ohio -
The pop culture phrase ìcha-chingî would be nothing without Dayton, Ohioís James J. Ditty who invented the cash register in 1879. McDonald's is a part of pop culture as well and was first introduced in nearby Illinois which also brought us the Twinkie, but in 1900 Ohio gave us the hot dog thanks to Harry M. Stevens. The next time you pop some gum youíll know that chewing gum (1869) and Teflon (1938) were invented in Ohio (Iím not sure what the difference is between the two. Do you?)
Do you hate traffic lights? Take your complaint to Cleveland where the commanding red, yellow and green trio of lights was first used in 1914. Are you a bad driver and get into accidents because you avoid traffic lights? Thank Cincinnati for establishing the first ambulance service in 1865. If you like to see drivers who blow traffic lights get nabbed by the police then high-five Akron, the first city to use police cars. As a pedestrian, if you think traffic crossing buttons are super cool, thank Cleveland for using the first pedestrian button in 1948
Oddball Ohio -
Maybe you have the worldís largest ball or yarn and youíre wondering where the worldís largest basket is? You'll find it in Dresden at Basket Village (where all residents live in the basket, just kidding.)
Sporting Ohio -
The first African American to win an Olympic Gold Medal was DeHart Hubbard for the long jump in 1924. Not only did he win the gold medal but he set an Olympic record. Other Gold Medalist Olympic superstars from Ohio include Jesse Owens who won an amazing four gold medals in 1936.
If Americaís favorite past-time is baseball, then the heart of Americans should be in Cincinnati home of the first professional baseball team, the Cincinnati Reds. Those who dedicate Sundays and Mondays to football probably already know that the Football Hall of Fame opened in located in Canton.