Grandmothers Also Primary Recipients of Mother’s Day Gifts

Small-business retailers say that grandmothers, not just mothers, are […] beneficiaries of Mother’s Day gifts, and most people buy their gifts the week before Mother’s Day, according to survey results released today by DollarDays.

DollarDays is a premier Internet-based product wholesaler to small businesses and local distributors. The poll was featured on [the company’s website] and gauged the Mother’s Day sales cycle for small businesses.

“The look of a traditional family is changing,” said Marc Joseph, CEO of DollarDays. “More and more people want to recognize those who have had an impact on their lives, regardless if their technical name matches the holiday.”

According to results, 43% of retailers say their customers will buy flowers for their mom or grandma, followed by cards (20%).

The survey also shows that most people buy their gifts in advance. More than half (53%) are buying Mother’s Day items one week in advance, compared to 6% that will buy the day of. In addition, 60% of retailers said Mother’s Day is a profitable holiday for their stores, although not as profitable as Christmas or Valentine’s Day.

Joseph adds, “While many consumers complain about celebrating these ‘Hallmark holidays,’ small businesses reap the rewards and so do our loved ones.”

This survey is part of an ongoing series of DollarDays questionnaires that gauge the attitude, opinion and general business conduct of small retailers nationwide.

About DollarDays
Founded in 2001, DollarDays is the leading supplier of wholesale goods for nonprofits, businesses and betterment organizations. By sourcing affordable products, backed by exceptional service and meaningful community engagement, we strive to inspire and empower our customers to accomplish their missions to improve the lives of people around the world. Recognized as the City of Phoenix Mayor’s Office “2018 Product Exporter of the Year” and Internet Retailer Magazine’s “B2B E-commerce Marketer of the Year” for 2016 and 2017, DollarDays is headquartered in Phoenix, Arizona. For more information, visit

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