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Tuesday, June 4, 2013

Traditional Gift for Father's Day - Necktie from Necktie Emporium - Review and Giveaway - ends 6/23 US

I received a necktie from to facilitate this review.

Do you know what is one of the most common gifts for a dad on Father's Day.  If you said a tie, you are quite right.  Ties are a great gift for dad on Father's Day just as flowers are for mom on Mother's Day.  I think Dad appreciates them.  I know my hubby loves to get a great high quality tie to wear for church and special occasions.  

Getting a high quality tie for tie doesn't mean having to spend lots of money for one, either.  The best place to find a great tie is at Necktie Emporium.  There you will find a huge selection of quality ties at unbeatable prices.  

Here is the handsome silk tie that Necktie Emporium sent me to review.  My husband wanted a great looking blue tie for our daughter's wedding in July.  It is 100% handmade from pure silk.  He likes a traditional tie, that I knot for him, and is 59 inches long.  This tie also comes in a Clip-On style (Sizes 17", 19", 21" + 23").  My husband loves the pattern that is in-between the stripes, and feels quite snazzy wearing it.  I love all the vivid blues that catch the light just right in the tie.  The price for this 100% silk handmade tie is only $18.75.  That is an incredible deal for a great tie like this. 

Different colors of ties in solids, stripes, and patterns are all available.   You can choose either a traditional tie, a clip-on, or a zipper tie.  When I first looked at Necktie Emporium, I had never heard of a zipper tie.  This tie already comes perfectly knotted for you.  Does your man ever have trouble knotting his tie in the morning especially when there is something special happening during that day, or he is running late?  With a Zipper tie, all he needs to do is put it over his head, cinch the knot, and he is all set for the day.  No one will be able to tell the difference that it is not a traditional tie.

If your fellow is a clip-on tie guy, and find that the clip breaks on him.  Not to worry with a Necktie Emporium tie.  All of their clip-on ties are guaranteed for life.  They have the latest types of clip-ons for ties, but if one should break, just send them the tie, and they will replace the clip FREE!  Perhaps your husband has a favorite tie, but wishes it was a clip-on. will convert that tie into a clip-on for only $7.50!

Necktie Emporium carries neat novelty ties, bow ties, first communion ties, uniform ties, extra-long ties, etc.  Infant and boys sizes, too! has finest selection of neckties, zipper neckties, bow ties and clip on neckties.  All orders placed by 3pm EST, Monday - Friday, are usually shipped the same day.  Right now, Necktie Emporium is offering Free Ground Shipping!
Ready to get Dad a great tie for Father's Day, shop at  Like Necktie Emporium on Facebook and find a code on their wall for 10% OFF your order! You can also connect with them on Twitter.

With many thanks to, one person is going to win a tie of their choice!  This giveaway will end on June 23, 2013, and is open to US residents only.

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