Man Crates Celebrates Father’s Day with Epic Gifts Men Love

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Skip the Tie and Put a Crowbar in Dad’s Hands this Year.

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Man Crates founder Jon Beekman says, "We make our customers look like rock stars."

Man Crates, the only company dedicated to building awesome gifts for guys, celebrates its first year by launching new, epic Father's Day gift crates. Man Crates assembles army-style wooden crates packed with gear, gadgets and grub to help men survive Monday mornings at the office, the zombie apocalypse and every scenario in between. Each crate is sealed to be fiendishly hard to open and shipped with a crowbar. The company also offers optional duct-tape wrapping for those looking to deliver even more mischief.

Man Crates founder and CEO Jon Beekman says, "Guys want humorous, unexpected gifts packed with cool stuff we can use. At Man Crates, we've built our company around the fun that comes from giving these kinds of gifts. When we ship an awesome product that men love, without the frills or useless trinkets people have come to expect from typical 'men's gifts,' we make our customers look like rock stars and that's a really fun business to be in."

Man Crates offers dozens of themed crates that will help make this Father's Day gift one he'll brag about. So whether it’s a gift for a dad who is an outdoorsman, a master-of-the-grill, a hot-sauce-loving daredevil, a golfer, or just a typical everyman worried about zombie preparedness, there is something for him in Man Crates' arsenal of rugged, guy-approved gifts at Prices range from $25 to $180 and shipping is available to the United States, Canada, and to military service members with APO & FPO addresses.

About Man Crates

Founded in 2012, Man Crates builds and delivers awesome gifts for men. Dedicated to personal customer service and awesome gifts guys love, Man Crates offers a 'High Five Guarantee' on every crate they sell through their online store. More information is available at

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