Hello 2020 and a near year of #AdaBox! Kinda seems like the perfect time to kick off a gift subscription, right?! #Adafruit
AdaBox gift subscriptions are without a doubt the gift that keeps giving. Make it happen!
With an AdaBox gift subscription you can buy a specific number of AdaBoxes up front. Starting with the next AdaBox installment we will ship one AdaBox directly to the gift recipient until the gift subscription is fulfilled.
Send an email to the recipient today, on a specific date that you choose before the upcoming AdaBox ships, or print a custom gift certificate.
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