Lets's Talk Computers - Brookstone, Inc.  June 17, 2006
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Brookstone, Inc.
Interview on June 17, 2006
Gifts with Dad in Mind for Father's Day     Guest: Robert Padgett
Brookstone, Inc. is a product development and specialty retail company that operates 305 stores around the country and in Puerto Rico, as well as a Direct-Marketing business that includes the Brookstone and Hard to Find Tools catalogs and an e-commerce website at www.brookstone.com.

Robert Padgett, Spokesperson for Brookstone, talks about “must have” products just for that special Dad on Father's Day. Whether it's something personal like a new wallet, or reliable, like a digital CD alarm clock, an ergonomic garden tool set, and for that "forgetful dad", the remote control Smart Find Key Locator - you can find it and so much more at Brookstone.
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