Bring home a fluffy friend
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Bring home a fluffy friend

Kids absolutely love animals and eventually will be asking to get a pet. It can be a dog, a cat, but to be honest, they would be happy with any sort of furry creature. Our lives are pretty busy and thinking about a new little friend around the house is such a huge responsibility, especially if the little ones aren’t ready to help with.

Until the time is right, they can settle on a different sort of furry friend, like a Bashful Pink Bunny from our friends of Little Jellycat, perfect for boys and girls alike. Or the little Bumbly Bear who is very likely to steal your heart.

Irresistibly silky soft and completely un-put-down-able, you may find them hopping into your basket more than one at a time! With gorgeous colors to choose from and with super-soft fur, fluffy friends are the perfect company for kids to explore their imagination.

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Make a foodie happy with these gifts

We all know that one person who’s obsessed with food, whether they’re looking to discover the next big cooking flavor or focus on creating tasty courses with unique ingredients. Foodies really are the best in their stuff, from kitchen utensils to delicious supper recipes, and it can be hard to find the best gifts for them.

But look no further for some thoughtful presents to celebrate your best friends and surprise them with a gift that no one else has come up with! Our wide selection at Dandy Lions goes from the wonderful Wind Willow gourmet food products to the most unique cooking utensils that will add your presents a unique touch.

Come check us out and let our staff guide you through to find the perfect detail for your loved ones.

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Orange is the happiest color

The Tennessee tradition that won’t go unnoticed, especially on game day, is our bright color orange. It is everywhere from the uniforms, the fans and all over campus.

This color scheme originated back in 1891, when Charles Moore, a member of the original football team, came up with it because of the orange and white daisies that lined “the Hill,” the most notable spot on campus.

Orange is associated with meanings of joy, sunshine, enthusiasm, creativity, success, encouragement, change, determination, health, stimulation, happiness, fun, enjoyment, balance, freedom, expression.

Everyone in Maryville is excited about football days! Embrace your gameday spirit with some of our charming Tennessee treasures. We have the perfect gift for your biggest Volunteer Fan!

Go Vols!