We're as unique and clever as the gifts we offer.
Tonya, Dan, and Eric are the co-founders of The Omaha Gift Company. Once upon a time, Tonya and Dan owned 621 Gifts, a gift company very similar to The Omaha Gift Company which was founded in 2015. After building the business year over year and responding to the resounding need that business owners have for unique client gifts, we were read to pivot and provide those corporate gift solutions. Eric had been a long-time corporate client through another company he owns, and big fan of our business concept. When Eric decided he wanted to join us on the journey, we banded together, laid 621 Gifts to rest, and collaborated to create a new brand that offers a gift experience based in home-grown hospitality with the forward-thinking authority of professionals who understand the business world and the importance of building relationships in business.
Kailah is our digital marketing coordinator and order fulfillment director. She is the creator of all things that make you love following us on social media and ensures every gift is done right and on time. Kailah's additional priorities include being a fabulous momma and wife, teaching, and creating memorable experiences for her family and friends.
Shirley (or Ma, as we like to call her) is our product inventory specialist. She makes sure every product is received, is in gift-able condition, and alerts us when it's time to refill our shelves. She's also chief encouragement officer, motivating us to keep on keepin' on. When she takes a break from keeping us on our toes, Shirley can be found running around with her church group visiting cool places, volunteering, and following her great-grandchildren all over God's green earth to watch them participate in a variety of activities.
Eliza is our junior executive in charge of heart management. When she isn't in school, in dance class, playing or changing into her fourth outfit of the day, she's punching little hearts we drop into each box or she can be found stuffing boxes with crinkle paper. She's our little entrepreneur boss-girl.