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Jun
5
2012

Father’s Day Gift Center – makes gift giving easy

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Father’s Day is a week away! Forget the ties, the golf pants and the fishing vests – those gifts have been given ten times over. Impress your father BIG TIME by getting him the tool every man would be proud to stand by – the Fuego Portable Gas Grill! Great for tailgating, camping, fishing, and more. With a 159 sq. inch cooking surface of grill space, Dad can grill up a small feast wherever he [...]

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May
24
2012

10 Things to Do Memorial Day Weekend

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Memorial Day Weekend is considered by most to be the START of the summer, and that alone is a great reason to celebrate! Below is a list of things to do, but Stockn’Go would love to know what YOU plan to do! Please leave a comment below and let us know how you’re spending your Memorial Day weekend, whether it includes one if our suggestions or not! 1. Parade – many towns celebrate the day [...]

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May
4
2012

Cinco de Mayo – eat, drink and be safe!

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Cinco de Mayo is observed every year on May 5th, it is a time when the energy and excitement permeates throughout our country.  To get you into the Cinco De Mayo spirit, we thought we would throw out a few ideas to incorporate a little Mex throughout your 5th day of May…   Morning Eat: Start your day off with a breakfast burrito – eggs, beans, cheese, salsa, can’t go wrong with that. Drink: “Texas Mimosa” [...]

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Apr
6
2012

20 Easter Basket Ideas for the Entire Family

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So in our last post we dished out a few ideas for Easter Dinner, but now its time for the most important part… THE EASTER BASKET.   Some times it’s hard to come up with new gift ideas year after year.  Kids are generally pretty easy to get excited about Easter no matter what’s in the basket, but what about an older child, or even an adult? Yes adults can get Easter Baskets too – [...]

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Apr
3
2012

Easter Dinner Ideas and More

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Easter is another fun holiday to get creative with food, decorations, and good old fashioned activities for the kids.  Here are a few fresh ideas that Stockn’Go found on Pintrest for the upcoming Easter Holiday.   Don’t forget that Stockngo.com has big discounts on product bundles, packs and bulk savings. Stockn’Go is a great way to save when filling up those Easter baskets with School Supplies, Beauty Products and more! But wait there’s more… STOCKN’GO WANTS [...]

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Mar
16
2012

St. Patricks Day – a different way to go Green

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St. Patricks day is a day of celebrating Irish Heritage, eating, drinking and everything green.  But how can you implement green into your St. Pattys day without having to wear it from head to toe?  Here are a few ideas… WEAR GREEN – but on a smaller scale Wear green socks, no one may see them… but at least you’ve got spirit! Wear fashionable green jewelry, just an accent piece can be subtle and classy. [...]

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Dec
7
2011

Great Holiday Gift Ideas for Women

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If you’re anything like me, you procrastinate when it comes to buying holiday gifts. Then you spend a day frantically running around trying to find something appropriate to give as a gift. Sound familiar? If you’re looking for gifts for the women in your life, I’ve put together a list of a few things I think are great this year. Order one of these great gifts, and you won’t have to even leave the house. [...]

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Dec
6
2011

Save Money This Holiday Season

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The extra money that we spend is often a worry when holidays come around. Dinners, gifts, and holiday parties often don’t come cheap. What if we just don’t have the extra cash to spend? And what if we don’t want to spend a fortune, but don’t want to put a damper on our holiday cheer? Fortunately, there are ways that we can keep costs down without feeling as if we’re ruining the holidays for everyone. [...]

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Nov
25
2011

What Are You Thankful For?

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Thanksgiving is over, and sometimes we think of it as just a holiday where we eat a lot and watch the football game. It is a great part of the holiday, but there’s a deeper meaning behind the holiday. The first Thanksgiving was a feast given jointly by Pilgrims and Native Americans to celebrate their first year in the New World. That first year was hard, I’m sure, and they were all thankful they made [...]

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Nov
14
2011

Making the Holidays Green

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The holidays are fast approaching, and you might be wondering how to make them a little greener. With just a few adjustments to your shopping (and your thinking), you can make your holiday environmentally friendly. It’s easy, and it’s fun. Do It Yourself Holiday Cards: Make your own cards on recycled paper. Remember how much fun it used to be to make specialized cards for people when you were little? It’s still just as much [...]

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