"What a wonderful gift that was," said Gifts a GoGo general manager Sherri Hill.
Four other businesses were also listed, representing "the wide array of new shop merchandise we found by scanning up and down the Peninsula and South Bay. ... We’re convinced that the Bay Area produces entrepreneurs in all kinds of places," wrote freelance writer Laurie JM Farr about the featured boutiques.
Here's how Farr describes Gifts a GoGo in the CBS story:"Conversational gift ideas like hand-blown glass wine stoppers and wine chimes are among the unique items crafted by American artisans. Tucked away in the plaza off Half Moon Bay’s Main Street, this boutique has an online following and a loyal local one. Themed baskets are made up to suit any occasion or memorable milestone, from new baby to new pet to new home. Or, go with a basket built around somebody’s craving for chocolate, wine, fruit or even coffee. Just add a ribbon."
For the full story and a list of the other boutiques named 2013′s Best New Boutiques click here.