Cloverkey Announces More CommonSpirit Health Gift Shop Contracts

New Gift Shops Coming to Chandler Regional Medical Center and Mercy Gilbert Medical Center

Carrollton, TX – Cloverkey, an industry leader in hospital gift shop management, announces the execution of two new gift shop contracts with Dignity Health hospitals: Chandler Regional Medical Center and Mercy Gilbert Medical Center, both in the Phoenix metropolitan area.

“We are thrilled to be adding two new locations to the Cloverkey fleet – and expanding to our 11th state,” Gwynne Gillette, Cloverkey Chief Marketing Officer, said. She continued, “And these shops strengthen our partnership with CommonSpirit Health – a partnership of which we’re very proud.”

Based in Chicago, CommonSpirit Health is a national healthcare organization with 140 hospitals and more than 1,000 care sites across 21 states. “CommonSpirit is a mission-driven organization, and we know how important our service to that mission is,” Kim Schuler, Chief Revenue Officer of Cloverkey said. “Our gift shops are crafted to support that mission and it is our commitment to mirror the values of every hospital we serve. We very much look forward to continuing to showcase that commitment in these two new locations.”

Erin Britton, Director of Visual Merchandising, said “We’ve already begun working with the hospitals’ facilities teams and – as with our other CommonSpirit locations – they have been welcoming and beyond helpful.” She continued, “Putting together the new gift shop designs is one of the most gratifying aspects of my job – especially bringing in decorative graphic elements from the local community to add distinction to each shop.”

As volunteer-run shops for many years, Cloverkey understands their passion and commitment to the campus. “We will ensure volunteers have the opportunity to continue serving in the new gift shops and will be conducting meet-and-greet events on each campus to answer Volunteers’ questions and to extend a formal invitation to continue to be part of the gift shop operation,” Ms. Gillette said.

Part of Cloverkey’s service includes going to the hospital community directly with surveys to solicit ideas from the campus population about what is most important to them in a gift shop so this can be crafted into the final store set-up. “It is important to us to make sure hospital employees feel heard as we put a new gift shop together because they are such an important constituent,” Ms. Schuler said. “And we’ll look forward to their feedback when these new gift shops open later in the summer,” she continued.

About Cloverkey: Cloverkey is a turnkey operator of hospital gift shops, offering a program that embraces partnership, supports special hospital requests, and always operates with honesty and integrity. Through its relationship with its sister company, Kelli’s Gifts (both based in the Dallas suburb of Carrollton, Texas), Cloverkey has access to thousands of individual retail items from more than 500 distinct vendors and a reputation in the retail industry that allows them to work with any new vendor as needed. For more information visit, send an inquiry to [email protected], or call Gwynne Gillette directly at 972-674-8491.