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Holiday Gifts: 2012 Holiday Gift Guide

December 11, 2012 - Products

ROUSH

ROUSH Performance takes the wraps off its Holiday Apparel and Merchandising Gift Guide for 2012.

Check out the list on ROUSH's website for great new and popular merchandise for the holidays. Beat the rush and get your gifts early this holiday season.

Gifts include shirts, hats, calendars, and more for the automotive lover in your family or fleet! 

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