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June 12, 2020

Father’s Day Gift Guide

Father’s Day Gift Guide Father’s Day is going to be here before we know it. It’s been the theme of how time happens to be speeding by these days. Don’t get caught off guard with little guidance on what to get Dad this year and let us, the team at SA Social, give you a […]

Father’s Day Gift Guide

Father’s Day is going to be here before we know it. It’s been the theme of how time happens to be speeding by these days. Don’t get caught off guard with little guidance on what to get Dad this year and let us, the team at SA Social, give you a few ideas that are sure to make him happy!

Tie Bar Subscription – Here’s a subscription a dad can get behind. They have four different levels. A year of Ties, Six Months of Ties, What About Bow Ties, and Sock It To Me. Every 3 months for the duration of your subscription, you’ll receive handpicked styles that are the best of the best. The price of each subscription also includes shipping costs for standard USPS mail service. 

Yeti Ramblers – You can never go wrong with one of these! Whether dad likes his coffee hot or chilled, they will keep their preferred temperature for hours. It’s also not always for the average cup of joe.

Sunset & Co. – Looking for the Jack Black skincare line, Brackish feather bowties, travel monogrammed cases, outdoor grilling goods and more? Sunset & Co is your number one stop then! Check out their assortment of goods they carry in store and online. If you’re in the 78209/78212 zip code they do free deliveries with orders of $75 or more.

The Boardroom – Give dad the pampering he deserves by gifting him a service or three from The Boardroom. They offer haircuts, shaves, and spa services in a relaxed, masculine environment. They also offer three membership levels and are accepted at all locations.

Bike World – Since our new normal is to keep our circles small for the benefit of all has probably kept dad at home more now, why not gift him a new bike. Let him re-experience the thrill of hitting the trails on a new road, mountain, or hybrid bike of his choosing.  

Satel’s – Let’s be honest, Dad fashion is funny, but not always acceptable. Even though he may be conducting business in his jammies, why not get him a wardrobe upgrade for when it’s time to get back to the office and take on in-person meetings. 

The Quarry Golf Course – Gift dad the tee time he’s been wanting! The Quarry Golf Course is open and ready for Dad to enjoy the green. They will be allowing two players per cart by the time Father’s Day comes, so why not invite his dad bff to make it a day for the books! After their day on the green is done, they can head over to the restaurant and enjoy a complimentary beer for Father’s Day. Restaurant hours are 6:30am to 8pm so why not just make a reservation for him so he won’t have to wait around to get in!

Blue Star Bike Shop – Not sure if he’s ready to invest in a bike, but doesn’t want to miss out on biking adventures? Give Blue Star Bike Shop a try. They’re offering daily rentals for about $30 for the whole day or $20 for half a day. If you’re lucky they may even have bikes in stock if you decide you’re ready to buy one after your biking excursion on the mission trails.

UGG Slippers – Trust us these are something your dad didn’t know he wanted. They have been our go-to shoes since working from home started and let us tell you, we are dreading the day we have to put real shoes back on. Husband tested and approved.

Whatever it is you decide to give Dad, we hope we were able to help you narrow down your perfect gift. Make sure to check out our “How to Take Care of Dad on Father’s Day” piece for more inspiration to make it the best one yet!