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Equipment as Gifts

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Sports equipment makes for great holiday gifts, especially when someone else is buying.

Hey, we know grandma and grandpa are always looking for gift ideas for the kids. So are those aunts and uncles who have no idea what to buy your young ones. Suggest to them sports equipment. It’s personal, practical, and almost assuredly will be used and enjoyed.

Even better, how good will grandma feel when your child tells her about the goal scored with the shoes grandma purchased. Do you think Uncle Jim will be pumped up to hear about the game winning hit using the bat he bought? What about grandpa and that first big fish caught with the new pole?

Think about it; it’s an almost perfect scenario. The kids get useful gifts, the relatives get great memories, and you save money. Happy Holidays indeed!

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