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Fisherman's father's day gift

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Melbourne, FL - May 17, 2014 - In just about one month, it will be June 15th, Father's Day. If your dad is like my dad, I have been giving him fishing gear many times for Father’s Day over these past years. Every once in a while I like to do something a little different. So this year I am thinking about giving him a pair of new sunglasses. Maybe you should do the same.

This year is the 40th Anniversary of Fisherman’s Eyewear that was established in 1974. Fisherman’s Eyewear and Guideline Eyegear are both owned by the same parent company. According to Brittany Mench, Celeste Public Relations, “Fisherman Eyewear is for the guy who enjoys fishing as a hobby and has a lower fishing budget. While Guideline Eyegear is geared towards the serious angler who may be a fishing guide or actively fishes in tournaments.

Fisherman’s Eyewear has a full range of different outdoor recreation style polarized sunglasses . The price range is $14.95 - $39.95. So getting your dad a pair of Fisherman’s sunglasses that will not breakihe bank.

So if you are in the market for a new pair of sunglasses for your dad on Father’s Day, give Fisherman’s Eyewear a look.

Until next time, be safe in the sun and have a great day in the great outdoors.

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