Lets face it, as easy going as Dad is, its not as easy to find something he’s truly going to love and use! Is he a gadget man? Well groomed man? Sports buff? Let us help you jazz up your Fathers Day Gift this year and really wow him. Since so many people weren’t able to spend time with their loved ones last year due to the pandemic, we want to make sure Dad feels extra special this year.
We’ve rounded up a few gits that Dad is guaranteed to love, whether he’s a coffee lover, golfer, or even a foodie. Check out our top Father’s Day gift ideas for 2021.
Some guys love sports no matter what they are. Just as long as is sports! You can try a golf basket, tennis gift basket or better yet, customize one with all of Dad’s favorites!
Is Dad a saucey guy? Or does he prefer seasonings and rubs? Give him the best of both worlds this Fathers Day. Sauces and seasonings for every type of meat. He’ll be in BBQ heaven.
Let your dad pass on his wisdom and skill with any of our fun-tastic game baskets.
The Refined Dad
Every cigar fanatic and collector needs a humidor on hand to keep those Cubans fresh and ready for the next puff break. This humidor holds up to 100 cigars, and your dad will appreciate the striking Spanish cedar lining.
For the Healthy Dad
Dad will love cooking for the whole family with this 4-quart-capacity air fryer. He’ll be able to switch up the dinner routine with the option to fry, bake, roast, reheat, and dehydrate all his favorite foods with the intuitive temperature and time controls.
Dad the Entertainer
Does he like reds, whites, rose….D, all of the above? The you can’t go wrong with a wine of the month club subscription this Dads Day!
Through our extensive research we’ve learned and shared about the importance of corporate/business gifting to build and maintain business relationships and most importantly, lasting impressions. But in the time of the coronavirus pandemic, the role of business gifting has become even more vital as companies adapt to working remotely and creatively tackle the issue of staying connected with employees and clients alike. The innovative ways companies are using gifts to stay connected is an example of how gifting, a deeply entrenched and deeply human activity, is about the story the giver wants to tell. (more…)
This Halloween has the potential to be epic: the holiday falls on a Saturday (which means we get an entire day of yummy candy, silly costumes and fund crafts) and best f all, there will even be a full moon (spooky!). There are a few things that will set Halloween 2020 apart from all other years — most notably, the coronavirus pandemic and everything that comes with it. But just because we need to remain socially distanced this year doesn’t mean Halloween is canceled — it just means we need to be creative and have fun quarantine Halloween ideas.
We’ve put a list of the best ways to safely celebrate Halloween in 2020. From creating fun Halloween games to cooking a spread of yummy, spooky snacks, these ideas will help you have the best Halloween yet. Forget everything you know about how October 31 is traditionally celebrated; these quarantine Halloween ideas will help you have a spooky socially distanced celebration right at home. All you need to do is put on your costume, eat some candy, and get ready for a haunting Halloween house party. BOO! (more…)
Businesses around the country are struggling to respond to the effects of COVID-19. Whether your operation has closed or you’re just struggling to stay relevant in the time of social distancing, communicating with customers is key. In all likelihood, you may need to reach out to customers in multiple ways to really get important messages across. The days of going door to door are over for now the time being. And we all know and understand that It’s tough sitting at home day in and day out not being able to reach out.
Home is where the fun is! AT least for now during the Coronavirus quarantine pandemic.
Schools are closed and kids are home, concerts postponed, sporting events cancelled and now malls are closed. — So just what can you do? The coronavirus pandemic and spread of COVID-19 is making it a difficult time for parent and even those with no children. You want to keep kids active and entertained, however options are limited with the closures of museums and play zones. So, to help, we’ve crafted a list of things to do to keep everyone at home from going stir-crazy.
Although remaining inside is a good way to protect yourself and others from the coronavirus, and is an important measure to help “flatten the curve” of daily cases that put pressure on our health care system, it could lead to a lesser evil: boredom and stir craziness. What’s there to do while stuck indoors? We’ve compiled 100 suggestions to help make your time quarantined as interesting – and perhaps even as productive – as possible.