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“Man Caves” Trend Continues To Enjoy Popularity in American Households

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From garages to attics to spare bedrooms, “Man Caves” are rooms that are solely dedicated to the leisure pursuits of the man of the house, and they’re continuing to play an important role in households across America.

The idea of a “Man Cave” is not a new one. Pop culture representations range from Tim Taylor’s garage on hit sitcom Home Improvement to the Bada Bing room on HBO’s groundbreaking dramatic series, The Sopranos. Men have always wanted a sanctuary from the world, a quiet place that’s undisturbed by domestic requirements or workplace demands, and there seems to be no end in sight for this trend.

David Rivers, President of KegWorks, the Buffalo, NY-based retailer of a wide variety of man cave accessories, says, “The role of men in the typical American home is very different now than it was a generation or two ago. Men are more involved in the daily responsibilities of running the household and raising the children, and basically, they’re happy to go with the flow. But their man cave? That’s all theirs.”

To prove his point, Rivers references the sheer range of products available at www.kegworks.com/man-cave and says, “Love beer? Get a kegerator. Have a favorite sports team? Fly their colors proudly. Miss your days hustling the local barflies on the dartboard? Hang one up and let ‘em fly. The only rule in your man cave is that you make it yours.”

As long as there are men, the “Man Cave” trend is sure to enjoy continued growth, and KegWorks believes they are well positioned to take advantage of this trajectory. Their “Man Cave” offerings run a wide gamut of interests and they are committed to continually updating and improving the category to better serve men everywhere.

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