Danbury, CT is my home and a place I'm very proud to be associated with so I am precisely the kind of person who would appreciate a Danbury themed gift.

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Hell, I am the guy who buys those cheap T-shirts in Walgreens because they say Danbury on them. In my work studio I fly three flags, the American flag, the Danbury flag and the New Milford flag. I take pride in community to the next level and if you're like me these Danbury themed gifts will be perfect for the lover of local.

6 Danbury Themed Gifts That Would Be Great For Lovers of Local

I love living in Danbury and I'm very proud to represent it in all ways. Being given a Danbury themed gift may not mean something to most people but I'd cherish one. If you're a Hatter and love your hometown then you're going to appreciate this short list of Danbury gifts that would make for great deals for any occasion.
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DISCLAIMER: We have no business relationship with Amazon, that I'm aware of. I just thought I'd point out some cool Danbury gifts and encourage you to wait to buy them on sale.

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Want more Danbury content? If so, check out the Ethan, Lou & Large Dave Podcast. The show is available wherever you get your podcasts, including Apple and Spotify. The program is the same one we do on the radio but with limited commercials and no music. You can also listen live by streaming the show on the I-95 Rock Mobile app, or tune into I-95 (95.1FM).

Visual Guide of Mark Twain's Redding + Hartford , CT Homes and Years

Mark Twain lived in CT for nearly 20 years, he owned homes in Hartford and Redding. Twain even purchased a second Redding home for his daughter. During his CT years he wrote classics like; "The Adventures of Tom Sawyer", "The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn" and "A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur’s Court."

Each week on the Ethan and Lou Radio Show we are joined in the studio by Mike Allen for a segment we call: "The Place You Live." Mike brings his research findings with him and shares another amazing local story, this week, it was all about Mark Twain's ties to the Constitution State. This is a visual guide of Mark Twain's footprint on Connecticut.

7 Things Most CT Residents Will Never Get to Experience

Connecticut is a special ecosystem with it's own rules and behavior. While many of our customs are the same as the rest of the country, some things just never caught on in the Constitution State. Here are 8 Things Most CT Residents Will Never Get to Experience
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