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Regiftable.com launched for the first time on November 1, 2006 to open a dialog about holiday gifting. At first, we weren’t sure what to expect, but a real dialog is exactly what went on!   We’ve had two successful contests with a total of nearly 900 regifting story submissions ranging from horrific to hilarious. During each contest, site visitors rated their favorite stories and three lucky regifters won some great prizes.  Regiftable.com has been repackaged twice; each time offering new and exciting features. 

In addition to the activity on the site, Regiftable.com received some very impressive media interest. The site was featured on the homepages of MSN, AOL and Yahoo. It was also mentioned in more than 700 media exposures.

We have been so pleased with the success of this site that we have decided to rewrap Regiftable.com again this year.  The site has been redesigned to include a few more fun interactive features, as well as another opportunity to win with a new regifting story submission contest.  Submit your regifting story today for a chance to win!

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Unselfish Regifting
By: Twila
From: Wichita
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When my daughter was in 6th grade she had a friend whose mother I knew casually. The girl spent a lot of time at our house because her mother spent a lot of time running around. That Christmas Eve they showed up at our door about 10pm and asked if the girl could stay the night as her mom had a date. The mother said she would buy her something for Christmas later. My kids were real slim on Christmas and it was far too late to go buy anything at all. Christmas morning came and the girl was really sad but tried not to show it. Before we opened presents my girl pulled me off to the side and asked if I would pull some of her presents out and give them to her friend instead. What could I do? Mine did not have much but if that was what she wanted. She just kept shaking her head until her friend had about half of her presents. The look on that little girls face was priceless. My daughter regifted without ever knowing what she was regifting.


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