Chris Burch Expresses His Passion For Gift Giving

Entrepreneur, philanthropist and active investor in his more than forty year career, Christopher Burch shared his insight and findings on gift gifting during the holiday season.

Burch is drawn to splurge on gifts for his family and loved ones that they would not buy for themselves. The gifts, range from chocolate and candy from Fatty Sundays or Pretzables, which always bring delight to people’s lives, to candles or candle sets. He pointed out how the Snowe Home Candle Set is one of his favorites as he gets pleasure from the fun names like Rinse & Repeat and Pillow Talk as well as their lush fragrances.

His gifts ranging from big to little also include a warm winter parka, specifically a Barbour Gisburne jacket, that allows you to bundle up from the cold. And just the right carryall for weekend essentials in its size and shape the Trademark Cooper Cage Tote is also a gift idea recommended by Burch.

Hoping that his list of gifts inspires others in their gift giving, Burch advocates giving a charitable donation in the name of a loved one.

The most elaborate gift on his list would be the U. S. Jaclean Zero-Gravity Massage Chair which not only removes all stress on your muscles but also offers a full body massage that adapts to your body shape.

According to Burch, some of the gift ideas come from his trips while others come from a few of the companies he buys into. Not only are the gift ideas well suited for the Christmas season but they are ideal as gifts for birthdays, anniversaries or other holidays throughout the year.  Additional article on

The current founder and chief executive of Burch Creative Capital, his entrepreneurial success began as an undergraduate student when he and his brother started Eagle’s Eye apparel, which was eventually sold for $165 million.  More to read on

Burch has invested in numerous real estate business undertakings, hospitality ventures, and supports lifestyle, technology and consumer product brands. He is also a former board member of the Rothman Institute Orthopedic Foundation and a past president of the Pierre Hotel Co-op Board.  Keep up-to-date with his follow on investments, hop over to this.

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