6. New Decorations
Signs like this can be a great addition to any pharmacist’s home or pharmacy. Wall art can come in a variety of themes and subjects (and price ranges), and can make a great gift for the pharmacist who you don’t know very well but still feel obligated to buy something for.
But there’s another option here as well. Buying decorations as a present can be the ultimate form of a gift benefitting the gifter. If your pharmacy hasn’t been updated since 1974, give the person in charge some art that would clearly not go with the store’s décor. Gift it this way: “I hope you like this! It might look a little weird against the fake wood veneer that’s been slowly peeling away since 2002, but I guess we’ll just have to live with it.”
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