The Giving Tie
Finding a Tie that looks good isn’t hard – but finding a tie that looks good and is affordable can be a challenge. With a large family, we have to do our best to try and save a much as possible but we also try to find the best deals for our money. The nice thing about ties, is that they last for a long time. My husband has ties from before we were married, many from the Mission he served for our church, but after talking to him we figured out that he spent on average of $20 a tie. I know that doesn’t sound like a lot but when you have a whole list of items to buy,while you are preparing for your mission, or even just trying to supplement your wardrobe, it adds up fast. We are glad that we found a source for affordable quality ties – The Giving Tie.
For each tie purchased on The Giving Tie, a tie will be donated to someone in need. Who is that someone in need? It could be a missionary getting ready to go serve, a recent convert or even someone who has just started investigating. Ties will be donated in bulk to a church leader in a given area. They will then be able to use those ties as needed.
One of the first things we noticed about these ties were how long they are. My husband has a long torso, and these ties fit him great with room to spare. The feel of the tie is smooth (100% silk) and not rough like a lot of ties we have found for a similar price. The ties we got are Giorgio Armani.
The Giving Tie will be our number one source for Ties, not only because we get high quality ties for only $10 each – but also because for every tie bought – The Giving Tie gives a tie to a missionary in need. There are so many missionaries that want to serve missions, but they all don’t have the financial support that they need. The Giving Tie helps them by providing ties through their Buy A Tie, Give A Tie program.
Also right now they are running a special where you can get free shipping when you buy 3 or more ties. Every style and color are priced at just $10 each and they are very nice and high quality.
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