New wish-list app launched in South Surrey

A free social-media platform designed to making gift-giving – and receiving – easier launched last week in South Surrey.

A free social-media platform designed to making gift-giving – and receiving – easier launched last week in South Surrey.

All I Wish Is offers users a place to create a list of items wanted for any occasion, from Christmas to weddings, then share that wish list with friends and family. Individuals can also invite people to create their own list.

“We designed ‘All I Wish Is’ to answer a common problem,” founder Tom Kobelt of KDI Development said in a news release. “Instead of giving gifts that are either not wanted or already owned, you can see someone’s wish list and buy a gift they actually want. Your friends can see your wish list and buy a gift you actually want. It’s beautiful and simple.”

Items can be chosen from affiliates including Amazon, Bentley’s Leathers, JustFlowers.com, Hudson’s Bay Company and Marcelle Cosmetics.

For more information, visit www.AllIWishIs.com or call 604-574-7225.

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