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Father's Day Gift Ideas from Around Town

Last minute Father's Day shopping? Check out these gift ideas.

Father's Day 2011 is coming up on Sunday, so if haven't picked out a gift for Dad yet, now is the time.

Shops around Clawson are running deals on father-friendly items, the usual cliches, as well as some thoughtful ideas for those of you who really "get" your dad's fatherly (odd) tastes.

is trying to expand its Men's section and some very interesting items are popping up including a great vintage outfit displayed on the wall. They also have plenty of ties for those of you traditional gift-givers.

The hardware shops are always an easy spot to pick up something for Dad, like the grill and fire pit on sale at right now.

On rainy weekends Dad might not have a chance to use his new grill, but you can always ensure his steak night with a gift card to .

prepares a nice display right by the door for every upcoming holiday for any of you last-minute shoppers that need something quick and relevant.

has been filling its shelves with vintage vinyl and re-releases and new records on vinyl, just the right gift for your old Beatles or Rolling Stones fan. Pick him up an album and a bottle of his favorite whiskey from and some nostalgic treats from and let him have a laid back, rocking Father's Day, if that's his style of course.

Paul Lieb June 07, 2012 at 10:24 PM
Get Dad a fishing invention that will makes fishing more fish while having more fun. There are 3 specials at www.bulletbobber.com BulletBobbers move left or right and flip direction when given a little tug allowing dad to steer a bait or lure where he wants and keep there longer. Order by Monday and get in time for Dad's Day!

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