World Travel Maps Trend as Gifts for Millennials this Holiday Season


World Travel Maps have been widely embraced by young shoppers, as travel is a growing trend with people aged 18 to 30. Continue reading


Dorval, QC, Dec 02, 2019 /prREACH/ -- According to Sean Stone, “As Millennials become less focused on possessions and more focused on experiences, gift-giving has become increasingly more difficult for the average shopper. Part of why we have seen so much success at the holiday season is because giving our World Travel Maps as gifts enhances travel experiences instead of just becoming another piece of “clutter.”

These maps have become increasingly popular over the last few years, as various maps have come out, offering different styles and designs. Some recent trends have pointed toward using the blue and gold color schemes, the blue to match the ocean, and the gold foil to stand out in contrast to the blue. Ideally, this is supposed to be a showpiece for most people who have one, as an easy way to add design to a room. The idea of these World Travel Maps is that the recipient of the gift would scratch off where in the world they have been, to track their travels.

The customers are excited about it as well.  One buyer was recently quoted saying, “I wasn't sure if I was going to like this map, but I thought I would order it anyway because the reviews looked good. After receiving it, I was pleasantly surprised. I thought that the blue wouldn't go well with my apartment but it actually fits in great! The gold/bronze foil looks great and the colors underneath look awesome. The photos don't do it justice. Glad I went with this map over another one that I was considering.”

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