Give the Gift of Jimmy!

Nov 16, 2023

The Jolly Mon is a staple book for not only kids but adults too. Written by Jimmy and his daughter Savannah, this is a story that everyone will treasure.
MSRP: $9.99 CAD
Visit: indigo.ca/en-ca/the-jolly-mon/9780152405380

Jimmy’s last album, Equal Strain on All Parts, was finished earlier this year. Gift this special 14-track album on CD or vinyl.
MSRP: From $21.00 CAD
Visit: mailboatrecords.com/collections/jimmy-buffett-equal-strain-on-all-parts

Last Mango Boatworks was born out of love for Jimmy and his legendary custom-build boat, the Last Mango. Performance marine wear is now sold with proceeds given back to charities.
MSRP: Apparel starting at $48.00 CAD
Visit: lastmangoboatworks.com

Here’s to Jimmy!

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