May 23rd, 2017

Graduation Etiquette: The Dos and Don’ts of Gift Giving

by Jacqueline Whitmore

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Graduations can be expensive. No one knows this better than Jon Barber, a well-known optometrist in Gainesville, Florida. Living in a college town, he receives more than his fair share of graduation announcements each year, even from students he doesn’t know, including his patients’ children.

“Choosing the right gift used to be difficult for me, but I’ve learned that gift cards to restaurants or electronic stores make the best gifts,” he told LifeZette. “Most grads love food as well as the latest and greatest gadgets.”

Graduations can be expensive. No one knows this better than Jon Barber, a well-known optometrist in Gainesville, Florida. Living in a college town, he receives more than his fair share of graduation announcements each year, even from students he doesn’t know, including his patients’ children.

“Choosing the right gift used to be difficult for me, but I’ve learned that gift cards to restaurants or electronic stores make the best gifts,” he said. “Most grads love food as well as the latest and greatest gadgets.” Read more.

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