Father’s Day Contest

Father’s Day is June 21st this year, which is also the first official day of summer. What says Father’s Day and summer more than BBQ-ing? I can’t think of a single thing! This year, GiftTree would like to get one special dad geared up for some great summer BBQ. All you need to do is leave a comment to this blog post telling us one lesson you learned from your dad.

My dad taught me a lot and there was a bunch more that unfortunately, fell on deaf ears. One thing I am grateful for is that he never treated his 3 daughters as if there was something we couldn’t do because we were girls. He always said we could do anything we wanted. It was just a matter of how hard we were willing to work to get it. I believed him then and I believe now, so thanks, Dad!

Now, share a little something about what your dad taught you and The Gift Exchange bloggers will select our favorite. The winning dad will receive our Dad’s Professional BBQ Gear gift with his name engraved on the handle of the fork. We’ll also send the winner a GiftTree t-shirt as our thanks to you for nominating a deserving dad.

Deadline to enter: Midnight (PST) Sunday, June 14th.

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  2. sounds like a great thing that is happening.

  3. My fathers best gift to me would be the knowledge that my son will never be too young or to old to play super hero with his grandfather. Whether it is fixing a pipe, changing the oil, or making cupboards from scratch my little man is by his side, hard hat on his head, plastic tools on his belt. I can only hope that my son will grow up to be the kind of man my father already is.

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