pillow gift (noun) pil'o gift 1. an amenity left in the evening, while an event is under way, that attendees discover upon returning to their rooms. Think big If you ask attendees to remember pillow gifts they've received over the years, they tend to recall the big ones. It might make sense to consolidate and give them one significant gift they'll use all the time. Examples: A Newton thermometer, a picture frame with no logo, a bag for golf shoes, or a scarf in Milwaukee in January. More ...

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