For Father's Day Gifts, It's Simple: Old Guys Rule

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E-commerce t-shirt/apparel site OldGuysRule.com has the perfect gift ideas for dads who rule.

Skip the golf balls. Hold the tie. And never mind the watch. The most interesting, funny gift ideas for dads are ready for purchase at OldGuysRule.com. The site features good-natured T-shirts that celebrate lives well spent, but not nearly over.

Old Guys Rule designs highlight the sports and hobby interests of “Old Guys,” including surfing, fishing, barbecuing, classic cars, rodeo, mowing the lawn and even watching TV. Along with short sleeve T-shirts, Old Guys Rule designs are featured on long sleeve T’s, headwear, boxers, sweatshirts, polos and accessories.

“We’re all about celebrating guys who are living life to the fullest,” said Thom Hill, owner of Streamline Designs, the exclusive licensee of Old Guys Rule. “Father’s Day for us is the best time of year to have fun with the idea of getting older, but better.”

Like other major online retailers, OldGuysRule.com offers hassle-free shopping and accepts all major credit cards. No need to stand in line to ship gifts – OldGuysRule.com takes care of the entire order process for its customers.

For customers who prefer to shop retail outlets, the site contains a state-by-state listing of its dealer stores.

Old Guys Rule t-shirts are $19.95 at OldGuysRule.com and can be shipped virtually anywhere in the world.

About Old Guys Rule: Old Guys Rule is an apparel line based in Ventura, California. The brand features original and humorous designs for t-shirts, long sleeve T’s, polos, sweatshirts, boxers, headwear and accessories. Old Guys Rule apparel is available at retailers in the United States and other parts of the world. For a listing of retailers, please visit http://www.oldguysrule.com/ee/index.php/dealers. For press inquires, please contact Thom Hill, owner, Streamline Designs, at (805) 884-1025 ext. 105.

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