12 Days of Co-op Christmas

Dec 16, 2019


From clothing and home décor items to farm supplies and hunting equipment, Co-op stores have a wide selection of unique gifts to satisfy even the hardest person to buy for on your list!

Co-op’s varied product mix creates a shopper’s paradise where the perfect gifts await, and several of those gifts are made right here in the U.S.A. Factor in the personal, attentive service and hometown convenience the Co-op offers, and it all works together to be the perfect recipe for holiday shopping.

Here are some quality products available at the Co-op that are sure to fill the 12 days of Christmas with joy:
  1. Boss Buck 200-lb. All-In Gravity Feeder (Item #2183036)
  2. Police Security Trac-Tact Flashlight (#1901465)
  3. Melissa & Doug On the Farm Water WOW! Reveal Pad (#1949207)
  4. La Crosse Technology Wireless Thermometer (#6834191)
  5. Perky-Pet Squirrel-Be-Gone II Country-Style Bird Feeder (#189705)
  6. Lumax HD Quick Release Grease Coupler 1/8” NPT (#2224508)
  7. Lodge ProLogic Pizza Pan (#779437)
  8. Melissa & Doug Farm Tractor Wooden Vehicle Play Set (#1351218)
  9. Stealthcam 12 Megapixel Game Camera Pack (#2132493)
  10. Stockman 3.5” Cattleman’s Cutlery Combo Knife (#6833426)
  11. Kat’s 12V Interior Heater (#6833232)
  12. Heavy Duty 2-Ga. Booster Cables (#168305)
With these and many other options, a Christmas shopping stop at the Co-op is about as stress-free as it gets.
Happy holidays!
 

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