In lieu of a full-on ACL gift guide, I decided the best way to share my gift picks would be via the ACL Twitter. So, for the next 24 straight hours, I will post a different gift suggestion (all gifts are geared toward the ACL reader – so buy for yourself or forward to your loved ones) every hour on Twitter with the least expensive gifts and progressing to the most costly. The updates start today at 3pm EST and will go until tomorrow (12/17) at 3pm EST (just like Le Mans). Additionally, I will be giving away a bunch of stuff from the ACL Shop (a pair of Mark McNairy shoes, a canvas tote bag and a camo laptop case) – no strings attached. All you have to do to enter is follow ACL on Twitter, retweet something from the gift guide with the hashtag #ACLSANTA and you are good to go. Winners will be selected at random tomorrow afternoon.
Comments on “The ACL Guide to Buying Yourself Stuff for the Holidays”
Can’t wait… I need some xmas gift ideas !…..
Nice classic shot of Public Square in downtown Cleveland! I assume a screen shot from A Christmas Story?
You assume correct. I went to Higbees as a kid.
I hate twitter, just list the stuff. Were not all 20 years old.
Okay Peter, I made you a special list. Here it is: http://bit.ly/peterslist
Happy w the list so far, lots of things that haven’t been blogged and re-blogged all year long. Also a free pair of McNairy shoes is definitely the best way to get in the holiday spirit.
Twenty-four tweets of holiday gift ideas, released one-by-one to get you in the Christmas spirit? This sounds like a digital advent calendar! That London Undercover duffel is perfect.
I am madly in love with the Sandstorm Tweed Champagne Cooler. It’s a bit silly, and M would probably find it disgusting and tacky, but it would be so useful for country picnics after exams in summer!
Thanks for the cool give away. I went ahead and bought one of the Civil War style blankets from Amana Woolen Mills… very awesome stuff.
wow… I was surprised to see the American Tomahawk… That guy Andy is local to us – lives out on Anderson Island in Puget Sound..
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