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SUGAR LAND, Texas, Dec. 18, 2013 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- In honor of National Regifting Day, the third Thursday in December, and the day most common for a holiday office party, we encourage party hosts and gift-givers to spice things up a bit by turning the usual gift exchange event into a regifting party. In case you are hesitant to break tradition, you can rest assured that the majority (60%) of people thinks regifting is becoming more accepted. And, according to our unscientific research, regifting is a fun and creative way to save some green.
Throwing a regifting party is easy. Similar to a White Elephant Gift Exchange or Yankee Swap, your guests will bring and leave with one gift each. The difference is that this party is paradise for regifters-no first time gifts are allowed.
Here's how to play:
On the off chance that you don't love what you end up with, you can always regift to charity. For regifting best practices, visit Community.MoneyManagement.org and read "The seven simple rules of regifting"
About Money Management International
Money Management International (MMI), the creators of Regiftable.com and NationalRegiftingDay.com, is a nonprofit, full-service credit-counseling agency, providing confidential financial guidance, financial education, counseling and debt management assistance to consumers since 1958. Counseling is available by appointment in branch offices and 24/7 by telephone and Internet. To learn more, visit MoneyManagement.org or call 866.400.6652.
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