Grad, What’s Your Next Path?

Graduation season is upon us and many of us may be pondering what to get the relative, friend, classmate, etc. that is graduating this year. We feel the gift selection will depend on where the graduate is venturing next on their journey through life. High school and college graduates have many options ahead of them and some may stray from the traditional path of most graduates. At our group of Colorado Bag’n Baggage stores, we have a wide spectrum of gifts for each unique grad in your life.

Here are just a few ideas:

1) Backpacking through Europe or other destinations: Get your grad outfitted with the a large duffel or backpack for their trip, along with a Vapur bottle, travel accessories and more. If buying adapters, look into a universal adapter or find out what country he or she is visiting to get the right fit.

2) Entering the work force: Briefs, ipad tech cases, portfolios, card cases and more to add to the executive look. Also, ask our stores about embossing these items with the grad’s initials for an extra sentimental touch.

3) College or Grad school: Find a great backpack that can carry all of the students tech and school needs, cross body bag to use around campus or wallet id, tech cases to carry MP3, Ipad, Kindle and much more. Find luggage that will not take up too much room in the dorm room but also work well for trips back home.

4) Unknown: Every person needs a great piece of luggage to take them wherever they want to go in life. A new handbag, messenger bag or some type of small leather good are also great gifts for the person that may be undecided on their next path.

What makes your grad stand out from the rest? We want to know. Add  a comment about your grad on our blog and be entered to win a $50 hotel cash gift card. One random winner will be chosen on May 31st. Good luck and make sure to share the contest with your friends.


6 responses to “Grad, What’s Your Next Path?

  • Tabathia B

    My daughter was recently named “youth of the year” in our town and she volunteers and was named teen ambassador for the ronald mcdonald house here in our county and is a teen ambassador for our convention center and she is in Hosa, fbla, health sciences academy, business technical academy and maintains a 4.5 gpa (unweighted)

  • angieb

    My daughter has an incredibly gentle and fun spirit and can do an amazing job organizing kids to rally around a cause, whether it’s baking 3000 brownies to raise money for Camp Keesum, for kids whose parents have cancer, or creating the first international club at her rural school. Thanks for a great giveaway!

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  • Gator Pam

    My son was diagnosed on the autism spectrum in 5th grade. In spite of that, he is graduating from a competitive magnet program, the University of Cambridge (UK) Certificate of International Examinations (Cambridge CIE) program and is planning on attending what is known as the Honors College of Florida, New College of Florida in Sarasota. One adventure ends and another begins. As the Italians say, “Forza!”

  • cbnbaggage

    Tabitha B. You have been picked as the winner of the $50 hotel cash card. Please email with your contact information so we can send the certificate out to you.

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