On-line Gift Baskets for Fathers Day Gaining Popularity

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A growing number of fathers will be receiving gift baskets from BigRedBow.com, according to company officials who say orders are coming in at a steady pace. BigRedBow.com provides a unique assortment of items that are assembled in a basket and delivered at no charge just in time for FatherÂ?s Day. The web site provides a great selection, convenience, extremely affordable pricing, and free same-day shipping for orders placed by 2 p.m. Eastern Time.

Boring ties are out, and unique gift baskets are growing in popularity for Father's Day, and the rapid increase in orders placed at BigRedBow.com seem to indicate the trend is growing.

These are not just simple baskets filled with fruit or flowers. These are baskets filled with many items centered on a theme that is sure to please any man on his special day.

Each basket is carefully packaged and shipped UPS ground free of charge, or for a small fee it can be sent second-day or even next-day to insure delivery in time for Father's Day.

Popular Examples:

7th Inning Stretch contains an assortment of popular snacks in a nostalgic baseball tin to enjoy while watching the game.

Hot Off the Grill everything Dad needs from barbeque utensils, attractive apron, barbeque sauce, snacks, and items that will make grilling a success all summer long.

Other baskets designed to put a smile on Dad’s face are Hole In One, Chairman of the Board, Summer Vacation, Ravenswood Winery, and many more.

The staff at BigRedBow.com can even work with customers on a one-on-one basis to create the perfect gift for any father, or for any special occasion. More and more people are turning to BigRedBow.com to send gift baskets all year long for birthdays, weddings, anniversaries, special events, and holidays of every kind.

Baskets are very reasonably priced, and shipping is free, so everyone can afford to send a gift basket from BigRedBow.com.


Mary Patterson or Sandra Green, 866-226-0990

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David M. Bresnahan, 801-562-5362


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