So you’re paging through the Nashville Scene’s “Holiday Gift Guide” and you see that perfect item for that special person in your life. Now you’re going to be forced to get in your car, fight the traffic, and then fight the crowds in the mall to go get it, right?
You see, the Scene’s Gift Guide has an added feature that will allow you not only to browse many of the advertised items online at http://www.nashvillescene.com, but also to purchase them direct from the retailer through the Scene.
Simply visit www.nashvillescene.com and enter the online Gift Guide. Then use the drop-down menus to browse the gift selections by item category or by store. Click on the “Details” option of any item that interests you to get full selection, pricing, and store details, as well as a larger photo.
When you find an item you want, you can add it to your shopping cart with the click of your mouse. (Just click on the “Add to Shopping Cart” option under the item you want.) When you’re ready to check out, click “View Shopping Cart” and use your credit card to make the purchase, all from the comfort of your home (or office or wherever you happen to be).
Perhaps you’re paging through the Gift Guide with no idea of what that special person in your life wants or needs. No problemthat special person may have taken the guesswork out of the holidays for you.
Simply visit the Scene’s online Gift Guide and look at the “Wishlists” section to see if your friend or relative has registered with the Scene’s holiday gift registry. If so, you may shop the Wishlist exactly the same way you shop the rest of the site. Place the item you want to purchase in your shopping cart, then proceed to the check-out.
Speaking of wish lists, let’s face it: Some of us are not the easiest people to shop for. If you’re one of those people, you can make things easy on your friends and relatives by registering your desires on the Scene’s Holiday Gift Guide Wishlist.
Just browse the gifts being sold online (either by category or store) and, when you find an item you want, click the “Add to Wishlist” option. (Note: You must register a user name and password to create a Wishlist. You may then use that user name and password to go back and edit your list at any time.)
When you’re done shopping, select “View Wishlist” to save your list online for others to view. You may also choose to e-mail your list to other people, so they’ll know you’ve been thoughtful enough to make their holiday shopping experience easy.
With a secure e-commerce server provided by Telalink Internet, and a plethora of area retailers providing items and services for sale in the Scene’s online Gift Guide, you’ve got your holiday shopping in the bag.
For technical support, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org. For questions/concerns about order processing or anything not related to the technical workings of the online guide, call Janie Taylor at 244-7989, ext. 505.
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