By Marco Industries.
This is the time of year where we show our appreciation for friends, family, co-workers, employees and employers with gifts. Perhaps you feel as though you're running out of time to buy a gift for these special people in your life, but don't fret. Your friends at Marco Industries put together a list of fun gift ideas that are excellent for a roofing buddy or industry co-worker. Be sure to check out these not-too-pricy last minute gift ideas below:
Personalized roofer knowledge tumbler: These are sharp-looking cups with a lid, perfect for the job site. They feature cool graphics with a truss chart, roofing terms, slope and pitch diagrams and more. Plus, you can customize them with a name.
Toolbox with cookies and chocolate: Sure, it looks like a toolbox, but it’s filled with treats like cookies and tool-shaped chocolates. Mmmm.
Personalized wood-handled hammer: Think of all the things you could engrave on this customizable hammer—naughty or nice. This is a great joke waiting to happen.
Vintage roofer American USA flag long sleeve t-shirt: This is a great design for those who love their job and this great country. It features a mono-colored flag on the front with a Harley vibe. Super cool.
Weatherproof spiral and pen kit: Designed to be used anywhere and survive the elements, this kit will let you take notes on the jobsite without worry. Perfect for anyone who needs their notes to be as weatherproof as their tools.
Carhartt wallet: There are wallets. And then there are manly wallets. This is the latter.
Truck organizer: Is their work truck a mess? Hang this on the backseat and say goodbye to tools rolling around on the floor and wasting time digging under the seat to find the measuring tape.
Visor photo frame: Another great addition for the work truck. This photo frame straps to your visor to bring a little home to the jobsite.
Shiatsu back/shoulder/neck massager: This heated massager is the perfect end to a hard day on the roof. Includes control and a power cord to use in the truck!
Hourly rate hoodie: Yes, this was on last year’s list, but it still just as funny. Plus, you can get this design on t-shirts, too. It says: $100/hr minimum, $150/hr if you watch, $175/hr if you help, $200/hr if you worked on it first, $250/hr if you tell me how to do my job, $300/hr if you mention “I saw it on the internet.” Priceless!
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Original article source: Marco Industries