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Personalized Valentine’s Gifts for Him

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guy giftNot sure how to make Valentine’s special this year?  We have several personalized gift ideas for you to give to your male sweetheart.
AND, we’ll make it easy for you…

Mugs/Steins

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Flasks
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Jewelry

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Zippos

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Knives & Tools

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Pocket Watches

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Pens

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Wallets

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Money Clips

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Other Cool Men’s Gifts

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See anything you’d like to buy for your sweetie?  We have a wide selection of gifts for your man that you can engrave for that personalized touch.   We look forward to helping you make this a special Valentine’s Day.

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Valentine’s Day Facts & Figures

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Every year, couples get together on Valentine’s Day to express their affection for one another. This February 14, consider the following interesting facts and figures when celebrating Valentine’s Day.

* According to research from Hallmark, more than half of all Valentine’s Day cards are purchased within six days prior the holiday.

date* There are more single men than single women. For every 100 single women in their 20’s, there are 119 single men in the same age group.

* Dating service establishments continue to be popular means for meeting a prospective soulmate.  Nearly 1,000 dating services, which include online dating Web sites, exist and generate hundreds of millions of dollars in revenue annually.

* Hallmark research indicates that more than 140 million Valentine’s Day cards are exchanged each year.

* 43,322 people were employed by establishments that produced chocolate and cocoa products in 2004. California was home to 136 of those establishments, leading North America.

* The average North American person consumed 25.7 pounds of candy on 2005, which actually represents a significant decline from 1997, when Americans consumed roughly 27 pounds of candy on average.  What will the number be this year?

*According to Stats Canada, a total of 146,242 couples tied the knot in 2004 in Canada.  In the U.S., there are roughly 2.2 million marriages per year.

* In Canada, brides and grooms are getting older. In 2000, first-time brides were 31.7 years old, while grooms proclaimed their first marriage vows at an average age of 34.3.

* The number of stems of roses produced in Canada was 13.7 million in 2008. This represents more than a million bouquets of a dozen roses each.

Interesting eh’?

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