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Delivery of a Football Gift

Here is a collection of football themed gift items you can have delivered with a phone call or a click of the button...for a Happy Homecoming...for a Thanks for letting us stay on a Gameday weekend....for a Good Luck on the Game...for a Happy Birthday...for a Loved your Tailgate Party...for a Missing you on Gameday....for a Thanks...for a Great Game!




crowd pleaser for a tailgate party

fun for anyone, love the football bank

amazing cookies...fun bowl to use later

crowd pleaser...with chocolate

great packaging

personalize with colors and jersey numbers

elegant.  great centerpiece for the tailgate.

fun.  football mums in team colors.

fantastic hostess gift

 clean modern arrangement.



can be personalized with team logos

If you would like to send something around Homecoming time, find a local florist in the area that does the traditional mum corsage for that school.  It is fun to see alumni and fans in a retro looking gameday Homecoming corsage!

  







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