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Subject:Great gifts for dad in the Texans online store!
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Date:Tue, 5 Jun 2001 04:33:00 -0700 (PDT)

GET DAD SOMETHING HE'LL REALLY USE IN THE TEXANS ONLINE STORE!
Father's Day is a celebration of Dad as well as all of the men who have
acted as father figures in your life. Pop Warner ball, teaching you to play
fair, Sunday in front of the TV with the hometown team - all courtesy of the
big guy. So what better way to express your gratitude and love than with a
gift from his favorite team?
Team Button Down
Comfortable and stylish, this rugged blue button down would be a good
weekend look for any Texans dad!
http://www.houstontexans.com/home/general.cfm?cont_id=62620&NSLN=060301

Red Puma Cap
This is a big seller! Help dad keep that Texas sun out of his eyes while
showing off his Texans pride!
http://www.houstontexans.com/home/general.cfm?cont_id=62620&NSLN=060301

Neon Clock
Beautifully constructed and made to order, this huge clock can be the
centerpiece of Dad's office, or even the family room (with mom's permission
that is)!
http://www.houstontexans.com/home/general.cfm?cont_id=62620&NSLN=060301

Commemorative Coin
Want to give something different this year? This 2002 Texans Inaugural year
commemorative coin can be treasured forever.
http://www.houstontexans.com/home/general.cfm?cont_id=62620&NSLN=060301

The Houston Texans store is a great place to find gifts for the graduate in
your life as well! Visit the store for all your gift-giving needs.

MEMORIES
"My father coached me in Little League baseball, he was a member of the
booster club. He was always very involved, and he would come to all the
games in high school and college, no matter where we were playing. He was my
toughest critic, but also my biggest supporter. My fondest memory was during
my sophomore year in college. I went down and worked out at the Phillies
complex in Florida before the Mount Union baseball team went down there for
our spring trip. My father went down and spent the whole week with me. He
loved baseball and to enjoy that atmosphere with him was very meaningful."
-- Texans Coach Dom Capers on his relationship with his father

"My dad and I are very different people, and about the only thing we have in
common is our love of sports. He calls me every week, and we talk for about
an hour. Probably 80 percent to 90 percent of what we talk about is
football. Anybody who overhears our conversations must think we're nuts. I'm
looking forward to the Texans playing next year, so my dad and I can start
going to a couple of Texans games a year at Reliant."
-- Posted in the Texans message boards by Columbia

Have a memory you'd like to share about your own dad? Then log on and post
it in the message boards!
http://www.houstontexans.com/fans/fanzonemain.cfm




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