2006 Holiday Sneak Preview at Mori Luggage & Gifts

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From travel items to games, Mori Luggage & Gifts has the hottest gifts for the upcoming holiday season. Check out 15 of our top picks.

It may be 100 degrees outside, but the buyers at Mori Luggage & Gifts have been working like elves getting the stores ready for another outstanding holiday season. And this year, the holidays are even more special since Mori is celebrating its 35th anniversary in business.     

“2006 has been a very strong year for the travel goods industry,” says John Mori, president of Mori Luggage & Gifts. “And with our top-notch selection of gifts, we expect this holiday season to be very successful as well.”

Below are 15 of our top gift picks for this season. Shoppers may purchase these and other items in our 27 stores, on http://www.moriluggage.com and by phone at 1-800-678-MORI.

What’s Your Game?

“Step right up” to the Duck Shoot Game. This charmingly detailed replica of the beloved carnival game includes a timed, automated conveyer with targets, music, sound effects and wireless infrared pistol. LCD counter displays your score. $49.95

Get ready for deception on the high seas with this adaptation of Pirates Dice, the bluffing game played in the popular Disney movie, “Pirates of the Caribbean.” Game includes authentic barnacled dice cups and pirate dice. $19.95

If you think you know NFL football, here’s your chance to prove it with the new NFL Gridiron Trivia Challenge board game. To win, you’ll need more than football knowledge and luck on your side because strategy is what separates this unique game from the pack. Every move must be calculated -- offense or defense -- just like the real thing. 1500 questions, 5 categories and only one winner. $29.95

With the Deal or No Deal Electronic Tabletop Game, NBC’s hit game comes to the kitchen table with all the thrilling suspense, lights and action. One to four players can play their own game or play against each other to win the highest amount. $34.95

Fans of TV’s “LOST” will be fanatical about the new LOST- Mystery of the Island Jigsaw Puzzles. Designed by the writers of the show, this series of four 100-piece puzzles give fans exclusive insight into mysteries of the island. Each puzzle provides a specific and different clue and there is a huge secret tie-in clue that can only be discovered after building all four puzzles. $14.95 each

Unique Household Gifts

The great American corn dog, staple of state fairs everywhere, is now as close as your kitchen. The secret of our Corn Dog Fryer is the way the rack holds the items securely in place while they deep fry to perfection. Deep fries other things too, such as Twinkies, Snickers bars and french fries. $59.95

The 60-Hour Candle is a naturally beautiful gift they’ll enjoy year-round. The environmentally safe beeswax is fashioned into a spiraling candle and set on a decorative metal stand. Simply adjust the clamp for the desired burn time (20 minutes per inch). The candle self-extinguishes as the flame reaches the clamp. $29.95

The Nice Ice Cooler will be a guaranteed hit at the next party. Pour water into the mold, add fruit or other decorative ingredients, freeze, and remove for a beautiful bottle chiller or table centerpiece. Ice melts discretely into a stainless steel bowl beneath (included). $19.95

Newest Travel and Business Accessories

The newest concept in travel pillows comes from England. The JetRest travel pillow is L-shaped and held in position by the body's own natural forces. By leaning back against the pillow, the cushion will stay in position even while sleeping. The soft fleece cover can be removed for washing. $34.99

Protect your computer with a Laptop Jacket by Shoreline. The waterproof, microfiber case provides a cushioned home for your laptop in a convenient “always on” design. You can even access all ports and the CD-ROM drive without removing the jacket. Available for nearly all size screens (including 17”) in green or blue. $34.95

If you travel with a laptop, but prefer a traditional keypad, we suggest the Air Touch Roll-up Keyboard. Lightweight and spill-proof, the full-size keyboard with number pad is the perfect solution. Just roll it up and tuck it into your carry-on. Includes both USB and PS/2 ports. $19.95

Travel anywhere with confidence with the new CitySafe 100 Handbag from PacSafe. This fashionable and functional handbag boasts four anti-theft features including a slash-proof wire-reinforced shoulder strap, slash-proof side and bottom panels, snatch-proof shoulder strap clips around a secure fixture and a tamperproof zipper. Plus, there are multiple organizational pockets inside the bag. Available in black and taupe. $49.95

For the male business traveler, a Tie Caddy is a great stocking stuffer. The patented winding system allows you to easily roll a tie within the see-through plastic cylinder where it will remain free of wrinkles and dust until needed. $6.95

More Hot Picks    

Say goodbye to the days of rummaging around your purse looking for your keys with the Pouchee® Purse Organizer. It has pockets for your keys, cell phone, credit cards, sunglasses and more. Organize your Pouchee once and place it in a different bag every day. It fits into nearly any size handbag and it’s also great for briefcases, baby bags and backpacks. $19.95

Lacoste, one of the biggest names in casual fashion, is introducing a new line of casual travel gear. The Retro collection includes duffels and totes in classic Lacoste colors such as green and white featuring the distinctive Lacoste logo. The perfect bag for weekend getaways. Duffel $105.00, Rolling Duffel $275.00

Based in Atlanta, Mori Luggage & Gifts is a family-owned luggage and gifts specialty retailer. Betty and Jean Mori founded the company in 1971 and serve as vice president and CEO respectively. Their son, John Mori, serves as president. Mori currently operates 27 stores throughout Georgia, Alabama, Tennessee, South Carolina and Florida. For information about Mori Luggage & Gifts, visit http://www.moriluggage.com or call (800) 678-MORI.


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