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Unique Texas gift ideas for who have come to realized that life is too short not to live in Texas.

Unique Texas gift ideas for who have come to realized that life is too short not to live in Texas.

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  • 1. Unique Texas Gifts for All Those People Moving To Texas Why are so many people moving to Texas? The number of people moving into the Texas far outstrips every other American state. To those of us who love Texas (and have since the day we were born) it may seem a bit odd that just now some are finally figuring it out! A recent increase of new residents making their way to Texas, particularly from California, makes us think that they must have tasted the “Everything is better in Texas” water or that they’ve come to the important realization that “Life is too short not to live in Texas.” According to this Forbes article, Jobs Aren’t Leaving California for Texas, But People Are, here is the short and sweet list as to why many are moving to Texas. - Cheaper housing - More jobs - Lower taxes Enough said? We feel this list is highly inconclusive, as it does not say anything about the joy that comes from experiencing rodeos in person, or the excitement that is building with Big Tex’s grand return this fall, or how perfect your family photos will be by simply sitting in bluebonnet fields on the sides of highways. But alas, we can see their point! Either way, we are glad they are coming and we welcome them with gifts bags full of Texas Firecrackers! If not for economic reasons alone, perhaps Texas is becoming attractive to others because of how much we residents love it here. One blogger lists “10 reasons why Texans love Texas”, some in which include: - We have options ranging from rivers to big cities to deserts. - Texas is friendly. - Food in Texas makes your taste buds sing. - Texas has a lot of history. - There’s plenty of sunshine. We enjoy all these parts of Texas and more. But what about you? Why do you love Texas? Have you recently moved to Texas and been able to take in the joy that comes from being here If you have friends that are moving to Texas and you want to make them feel like an honorary Texan, here are a few ideas for inexpensive, unique Texas gifts: - For the Texas Hold’Em fans: Texas Playing Cards - For the wanna-be bikers: Texas Flag Bandana - For the kids: Texas Stickers - For the beer lovers: Texas Koozies - For the cooks: Texas Apron
  • 2. Native Texans aren't leaving the state either. Texas is the "stickiest" state in the country (and not because the Texas pralines). According to the latest figures from the Pew Research Center, more than three-quarters of adults born in Texas still live there. Whether your reasons for moving to Texas are for economic reasons or because you simply you just can’t get enough of those chips and salsa, we assure you that you will not be disappointed. And for those who haven’t come to their senses and moved here yet, there’s still plenty of room left in Texas! About Texas Treats Texas Treats specializes in Texas-size gourmet gift baskets and gifts with a Lone Star theme. The company also provides Texas-theme food items and souvenirs for those independent folks who want to create their own Texas-theme gifts. For more information, please visit: http://www.texastreats.com