Smokers, because who doesn’t love good food?
The days of charcoal or propane-fueled grills are a distant memory for people addicted to pellet grills and smokers. This isn’t a gift only for meat lovers; smokers are excellent for cooking veggies, queso and apples, too! With the right smoker the sky is the limit–some even come with a side grill that takes propane or charcoal depending on the cook’s preference.
What brand and size you give as a gift depends on the available space and needs of the user. Take time to check out various smoker types and understand the basics of how they work. Certain designs require more cleaning and maintenance than others, and you might be giving a smoker to someone who prefers a low-maintenance item. Be ready to assist with putting it together–odds are, your recipient will be impatient to fire it up. Also, throw in a bag or two of pellets and an extra sensor to get the home chef going as quickly as possible.
Sports-related gear and accessories
Does the person you’re buying for have a favorite team? Did you know there’s more to sports-themed gifts than hats and hoodies? There’s a wide array of possible gifts for sports fans, including mugs, blankets, stuffed animals, dog leashes and smoker covers to name a few. If you’d prefer a more holiday-centric approach, look at stockings, Santa hats and ornaments of their team of choice. You can even find candy and bags of snacks emblazoned with team logos.
Books, both fiction and nonfiction
With centuries’ worth of literature available, there’s no good reason not to give at least a few books. Whether you purchase paper or digital copies is up to you but be sure to take the preferences of the recipient into consideration. Don’t restrict yourself to mysteries and romance, either. Give the gift of knowledge by including a nonfiction book.
If self-defense is something the person is interested in, you might check out the U.S. LawShield® Armed & Educated® series. These books are available outlining the laws for specific states, written by Independent Program Attorneys.
Memories, not material things
The gift of an experience is one that lasts forever. That might mean taking someone skiing, going on a hunt or attending an event you wouldn’t normally go to, like the symphony or a monster truck rally. It’s the memories we treasure, so why not work to make new ones this holiday season? Remember, you don’t have to choose an experience that happens right away. It can be something you book months in advance.
Peace of mind, U.S. LawShield-style
Giving the gift of a membership to U.S. LawShield is an invaluable way to offer someone peace of mind. Having an experienced attorney to call should the worst happen is a wonderful gift, as is the way U.S. LawShield charges zero legal fees for covered events. Membership provides other perks, too, like access to educational materials and an everyday helpline to get answers to your self-defense questions. (By the way, it’s cheaper than a year of coffee.)
Also, did you know we have an online store? In the Freedom Store, you can find an assortment of holiday gifts such as shirts, hats and travel mugs. There you’ll find a diverse selection of outerwear, books and accessories.
Learn more about a U.S. LawShield membership here.
Enjoy the season with your loved ones. And happy holidays from all of us here at U.S. LawShield!
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