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Father’s Day gift ideas to make Dad feel like a king

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From page A6 | June 12, 2013 |

(BPT) – You need to come up with the perfect Father’s Day gift this year. But combing through the vast array of items on his wish list can be a challenge. Here are some great ideas to make your selection easier – and make any dad feel like the king he truly is.

For on-the-go dad

Whether he’s hiking in the mountains, hurrying out to the gym or heading home after a long, hard day at the office, an on-the-go dad needs to stay hydrated. Quench his thirst for action with a 24-ounce capacityStainless King Direct Drink bottle that keeps liquids hot for 18 hours or cold for 24 hours.

Like your dad, this bottle is built for endurance. Constructed with an unbreakable stainless steel interior and exterior, this bottle features Thermos(R) vacuum insulation technology for maximum temperature retention. The handsome exterior stays cool to the touch with hot liquids and is sweat-proof with cold. Easy to use anywhere, the bottle’s locking, leak-proof lid opens with one hand at the push of a button. A specially designed lid also helps control the flow of warm liquids, making it perfect for sipping hot coffee on the go.

For the angling dad

For the dad who loves to fish, give him Rapala’s latest must-have new lure, the Scatter Rap.

In true Rapala style, the patent-pending Scatter Rap Series flaunts classic balsa body shapes and a new Scatter Lip, which creates an industry-first “evasive action.”

The Scatter Rap brings game-changing action to the water produced by an innovative and uniquely designed curved lip, which perfectly mimics a spooked baitfish fleeing attack, triggering bite after bite.

Ideal for bass and other multispecies gamefish, the Scatter Rap series can be cast or trolled, is available in 14-to-16 classic and new color patterns and comes in four favorite Rapala silhouettes that dad is sure to know, including the Scatter Rap Crank, Scatter Rap Minnow, Scatter Rap Shad and Scatter Rap CountDown.

For the hard-working dad

For the dad who spends most of his week on the move, help him relax his feet with the gift of a luxurious pair of soft and comfy Mens Cloud Moc slippers from Tempur-Pedic. Dual-layer TEMPUR(TM) and an extra-soft TEMPUR-ES material insole will make him feel like he’s walking on a cloud, whether he’s indoors or out.

Looking to help Dad get a better night’s sleep this year? The ultimate gift for Dad (that Mom can reap the benefits from too) can be found in a new TEMPUR-Cloud Supreme mattress. It provides the perfect mix of extra-soft, deep-cushioned comfort and responsive, body-conforming support to help him wake up feeling refreshed and ready to handle a busy family schedule. It’s supported by a TEMPUR-Ergo Premier Adjustable Base with Apple and Android app-enabled controls, so Dad can feed his techie side while experimenting with a virtually unlimited number of ergonomic rest positions, plus a rejuvenating massage feature.

For the snack-centered dad

After a long day at work, a weekend dealing with household projects, or an afternoon fishing, Dad is bound to work up an epic appetite. When his stomach starts to growl, don’t just sit idly by. Give Dad the gift of a delicious, high-protein snack that will satisfy his hunger – great-tasting Jack Link’s Jerky.

The man of the house will love Jack Link’s latest offering – new Jack Link’s BBQ Pork Jerky, a snack he can take anywhere to enjoy the distinct, smoky flavors of authentic American barbecue. Made with premium pork, seasoned with a unique blend of spices and smoked to perfection, this savory snack is a “can’t-miss” Father’s Day gift. And, with more than a dozen tasty flavors available nationwide, Jack Link’s offers a variety for every dad’s unique taste buds. Some tried-and-true classics include: Jack Link’s Original, Peppered and Teriyaki Beef Jerky.

For more information on these products, visit www.thermos.comwww.rapala.comwww.tempurpedic.com orwww.jacklinks.com.

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