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10 personalized gift ideas to add to your Buffalo Gift Emporium holiday shopping list

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The holidays are fast approaching, which means there is a greater demand for fun, unique and personalized gifts. Lucky for you, this local store has the right items to add to your list.

Buffalo Gift Emporium was born out of the pandemic as an online store. After finding success online, they decided to open their own brick and mortar location on Delaware Ave in Tonawanda earlier this year.

By working with 45 talented local small businesses, you are sure to find a mix of unique items supplied by local manufacturers. When you walk into their store, you will find a selection of gifts, clothing, novelties, hometown sporting goods, home decor and more!

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Here are 10 gift ideas to add to your holiday shopping list this season:


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1. Buffalo Hometown Mug 15 oz.

Stop and smell the cheerios! If you are a Buffalo local then you know the glorious scent of downtown cheerios. This playful mug is a great way to show some appreciation for the city we call home.

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2. Buffalo Allen ornament

Josh Allen. Need we say more? If you have a sports fanatic on your roster this season, this ornament is a fun gift paying homage to our Buffalo quarterback.

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3. Buffalo bath mat

This blue bath mat features a red buffalo in the center as a simple yet effective way to brighten up your bathroom with a touch of sporty style.

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4. Buffalo weekend bag

This oversized Rose Gold Buffalo Weekender tote is perfect for your weekend at the beach or on the town. The durable, wide-mouth bag holds a generous amount of personal items and is easily held with its thick rope handles.

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5. Allentown 18 “x 24” one-sided yard sign with stake

Allentown quickly developed into a sports epicenter in Buffalo. Join the pride of Buffalo by adding this sign to your yard. These durable outdoor signs are made from fade resistant corrugated plastic so they will stand up to the best and worst weather conditions, even Buffalo winters!

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6. Buffalo Cereal T-Shirt

This witty t-shirt, like the matching mug, features two iconic Buffalo sayings: “Our city smells better than yours” and “The city of good neighbors”. What can I say, Buffalo is friendly and loves cheerios!

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7. Buffalo Plaid Weekend Bag

This oversized Buffalo Plaid Weekender tote is perfect for your holiday shopping. The durable, wide-mouthed bag holds a generous amount of personal items and is easily held by its thick rope handles.

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8. Allen T-shirt 17

Support our local soccer team with this Buffalo Allen 17 t-shirt. This classic unisex jersey short sleeve t-shirt fits like a beloved favorite.

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9. Chic t-shirt until kick-off

This soft cotton, quality printed cotton short sleeve t-shirt is a fun way to show your appreciation for football. You normally have class but once the game is launched, no promises!

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10. Personalized Sunflower Sherpa Blanket

Buffalo winters can get quite chilly, comfortably this season with this sherpa blanket. The sunflower pattern on the bottom will make you think of warmer days ahead. Plus, this blanket is customizable based on the name written on it, so you can personalize it for that special someone in your life.

Buffalo Gift Store

4279 Delaware Avenue, Tonawanda

buffalogiftemporium.com/shop

This article is a paid promotion sponsored by an SOB advertiser and designed to share valuable information with our readers.


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