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I have a lot in common with my dad. We both love the latest gadgets, dream of traveling the world and we both like to crack jokes to total strangers just to liven up their day. My dad has always been on top of the latest trend crazes and always dresses to the nines (hello, this man was rocking bow ties before they were cool!)
I also can thank my dad for my love of baseball. Every year when I was growing up, we would head to my hometown of Baltimore to catch an Orioles game. Growing up watching Cal Ripken, Jr. play in the iconic Camden Yards stadium is one of the highlights of my childhood. Even though both of our schedules are super hectic, I still try to sneak in at least one O’s game a year with my dad til’ this day.
Every time Father’s Day comes around, I’m stumped. What do you get for the man who has everything? Normally I opt for a gift card so he can pick out something for himself that he loves, however, this year I wanted to be a little more personal and find a gift that he would love. I decided to head to my local Macy’s and I at first was overwhelmed with options. Do I pick him up a new bow tie? A shirt? Tech gear? The options were endless.
I headed to the Men’s Fragrance section and after I spotted the Nautica Voyage Gift Set, I knew it would be the perfect fit for my dad. In my mind, my dad is the most popular man in Baltimore. He’s been working at the City Hall for over a decade, and every time I visit him we can’t go a block without running into one of his friends. A man this outgoing always needs to put his best foot forward, and Nautica Voyage’s light, fresh scent will help him always make the best first impression possible.
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I’ve shared some memories about my father. Who is the anchor in your life?