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21 Creative Gift Ideas for a Sports Coach

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Coaches put in much more time, effort, emotion, and mental energy into their craft than most people realize. It isn’t all just blowing whistles and yelling at kids while they run sprints.

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Sports Ring Keepsake Box for Championship Rings

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Coaches and athletes love memorabilia. Old jerseys, baseball caps, sports cards, mugs, action figures, trophies, and anything else that stirs up memories of exciting victories and outstanding personal achievements.

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35 Awesome Man Cave Signs

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An amazing man cave needs some seriously awesome man cave signs. Read more

Tailgate Party Cooler Chair Backpack

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Backpack Cooler and Chair
Be ready for your next tailgate parts with this sporty  tailgate cooler, backpack, and chair combo. Fashioned in heavy duty 600D polyester and equipped for packing, carrying and relaxing, this unique 3-in-1 insulated tote makes transporting your goodies simpler than ever. Enjoy all your outdoor activities – from picnicking and hiking to park play and beach time – to the fullest when you sport this dual purpose backpack cooler and chair. Zipper pockets, water bottle pouch, personalized embroidery available in multiple colors, and more included in this awesome and stylish Tailgate Party Backpack Combo.

Tailgate Party Backpack Cooler Chair

As For Me and My House, We Yell “GO TEAM!”

What is your favorite team? Do you have a favorite for each sport? Let everyone who enters your home know where your loyalties lie with these attractive Alder wood plaques, engraved with your family name, “date established”, and the name of your favorite team. Whoop it up!

Family name sports plaques


Go Lakers! Go Pistons! Go Blazers!


Personalized with your name and favorite sports team


Sports family room plaque


Soccer team sports decor

Labor Day Gift Ideas

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Born to Golf. Forced to Work.

Work is for people who don't know how to fish

A miserable day out hunting still beats a good day at the office.

Happy Labor Day! A great way to celebrate an avid hobbyist on their birthday is with a humorous plaque:

Golf: “Born to golf. Forced to work.”

Fishing: “Work is for people who don’t know how to fish.”

Hunting: “A miserable day out hunting still beats a good day at the office.”

And more:

Aviation: “Time spent flying is not deducted from one’s lifespan.

Billiards: “I only play pool on days that end in Y.

Sports: “Live life like it’s the 2 minute warning.

Auburn Tigers Gear

Gift ideas for Auburn U’s fans: Man Cave, Fan Cave, and Game Room plaques, plus an awesome clock:

Auburn Fan Cave Gear

Plaques for Man Cave

Auburn U Plaque with Name Board

Man Cave Clock for Auburn Tigers Fan

Team Logo Clock – $29.95

Man Cave / Fan Cave signs – $39.95

Game Room plaque w/ name board –  $49.95

Not a Tigers fan? Try browsing the complete collection of collegiate fan signs to find your school.

How to Find a Gift for the Baseball Fan

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Gift options for sports fans are almost virtually limitless. Not only are there oodles of collectible knick-knacks with team logos on them, and not only are there jerseys for every player past and present (not to mention posters, pennants, t-shirts, and cards), and not only is there an inexhaustible supply of sports equipment and accessories, there is a place called Ebay boasting millions of collectible artifacts from autographed home run balls to chinsey team tins. So how, especially with the 2010 World Series approaching, do you pick a gift for a baseball-loving sports fan?

Gift Ideas for Baseball Fans

The following series of basic questions should help you narrow down your search:

  1. What does he already have?
  2. Does he want more of it? If yes, this means you can get him something similar to what he already has, but that fills some sort of void in his collection / wardrobe / gear / etc. If no, go on:
  3. What doesn’t he have?
  4. Why doesn’t he have that? Maybe he doesn’t have that great big awesome flatscreen because he’s afraid of spending too much on himself, or maybe he never gets tickets to games because he doesn’t think you’d like to go, or maybe he doesn’t have one of these awesome man cave signs for his game-viewing room because he’s never thought about it before. In any case, if you can identify something that is similar in style but different in substance, you know you’re on the right track. For instance, if he collects baseballs and you’ve given him autographed balls several times, you can get him this finely-made home-plate-shaped baseball collector’s display. Similar in style, but different in substance.

So here are some ideas to get you started: