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Groomsmen Central Launched Offering a Vast Selection of Personalized Men’s Gifts

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Unique products and military-inspired items brings a broader selection of men’s gifts to the table, publishes groomsmencentral.com

Round Rock, Texas – January 1, 2019 /MarketersMedia/

More than 2 million nuptials are expected to take place across the United States during the year to come according to a report from the nation’s wedding industry. While an endless list of factors go into planning these ceremonies and the surrounding festivities, those involved cite finding gifts for members of the wedding party among the most difficult. With this in mind, Eric Montgomery has launched Groomsmen Central, a new company offering unique personalized gifts geared toward groomsmen.

“Plenty of websites are out there offering wedding party gifts,” said Montgomery, “but we’ve found most of them have a vast selection of gifts for bridesmaids and maids of honor with only a few options for the men. Those that do carry men’s gifts generally have low-quality, cookie-cutter items with no real value or usefulness. We decided to bring something new to the table. Our selection includes dozens of unique items, and we offer a wide range of customization options, so our gifts are sure to be not only perfect for their recipients, but memorable as well.”

Among the gifts available through the Groomsmen Central Store are .50 Caliber Bullet Bottle Openers. These items are created using American-made .50 caliber military grade brass casings collected from military ranges throughout the country. After being notched via a CNC machine, these casings are polished and finished. Original brass and nickel-plated finishes are available along with a variety of other glossy and matte options. Engraved messages and Army, Navy, Air Force or Marine Corps insignia may be added.

Various styles of cuff links and pens are available via the Groomsmen Central website as well. Additional options in the company’s lineup include a wide range of flasks, shot and whiskey glasses, tumblers, money clips, bottle openers and coasters to name a few. Gift bundles are likewise offered. Both personalized engraving services and pre-engraved options are available.

Concluded Montgomery, “We’re excited to bring the nation an entirely new selection of customized men’s gifts perfect for wedding parties, birthdays, Father’s Day, anniversaries and any other special occasion. From our Military Inspired Openers to our six shooter whiskey glasses, we offer a selection that goes well above and beyond the run-of-the-mill gifts on store shelves. We’ll continue to add new products and special offers to the mix during the months to come.”

About Groomsmen Central:

Veteran-owned and dedicated to supporting military charities, Groomsmen Central offers a vast selection of unique personalized gifts and products for groomsmen.

Contact Info:
Name: Eric Montgomery
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Organization: Groomsmen Central
Address: 1800 Central Commerce Court, Suite 500 Round Rock, Texas 78664
Phone: 512-852-8208
Website: https://www.facebook.com/GroomsmenCentral/

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