Wednesday, May 30, 2012

Fab Finds for #FathersDay #Sweepstakes May 31-Jun 14 US

Fabulous Finds For Father's Day Winner Takes All Giveaway (ARV $500)
Guys are ridiculously hard to buy for, especially when they're your dad. I've always had a tough time deciding what to pick out for my dad for Father's Day. He never wanted anything and I didn't know what to get him that he wouldn't find useless...When we were little, we bought him a bag of green apples because he likes to eat them. I know, kind of lame, but we weren't even 10 at the time and we were pretty happy to buy dad something that he liked. LOL...do you ever have those situations? Maybe we can help you out this year. The Collective Media Magic team, Closer To Lucy, Have Sippy Will Travel, Just Like June, 3 Princes and a Princess 2, and That's What She Said, have found an assortment of gift ideas for all sorts of dads so you can please him no matter what this Father's Day! And what about if you get it all for FREE?? One lucky Grand Prize Winner will receive the following $500 prize pack of the following items.

-A Linksy EA2700 wireless router Router  with unrivaled speed (value $109) -winner cannot have won a Linksy router in the last six months.
-A copy of Microsoft 2010 (value $119)
-An Eat Smart Retro Food Scale (value $40)
-A Pair of Shoes from Shoes For Crews - Winners Choice (no price limit on the pair of shoes! $100 value)
-Plus Work Out Gear (winner's choice of item)
-Series of Books For Dads (value $30)

Enter on the Rafflecopter form below between May 31 12:01AM EST to Jun 14 11:59PM EST. Open to US, 18+. Good luck! Please take the time to enter my other giveaways while you're here.
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34 comments:

John said...[Reply]

Pamper dad with a cup of coffee and a newspaper in the morning. Before you launch into the honey do jar.

PaulineMilner said...[Reply]

On Father's day, we give Dad a whole day of pampering. I help the kids to make sure Dad has a happy day. They give him breakfast in bed, do all his normal chores around the house, let him watch his favourite stuff on TV and take him to his favourite restaurant for dinner. It is always a great day and my Husband really appreciates the effort.

Thanks for the great giveaway opportunity. ~Pauline

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Tabitha said...[Reply]

breakfast in bed and quiet time
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Stephanie H. said...[Reply]

All of the kids should get together and and do all of the yard work for a week. We did that and my Dad didn't know what to do with himself for the week that we did that.

Andrea said...[Reply]

My dad is also hard to buy for. :) We just try to give him all his favorite foods and a pleasant day. He loves being with his family.

mar said...[Reply]

If my dad was still here I would make him his favorite meal and take him to the ballpark to see his favorite baseball team play a double header!

sottovoce said...[Reply]

I always take dad to lunch and a movie on Father's Day...and gifts of course. :-) Thank you.
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Lillea said...[Reply]

my dad likes my meringues so making them for him works well

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Christine Jessamine said...[Reply]

i cook and bake him everything he likes
this year am surprising him with a baseball game

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Anonymous said...[Reply]

I just let him relax and decide what he would like to do. Usually he wants to see a movie and had nice dinner out with me. Thank you for the nice contest! leaguebet@gmail.com

Catie said...[Reply]

My dad is pretty simply - all he needs is burgers on the grill and his family around!

Tim said...[Reply]

My best tip to pamper dad is to serve his b'fast in bed.

casey aubut said...[Reply]

We are taking my dad to a baseball game! He will be in Heaven!

Justine/SnKmommy said...[Reply]

For my dad it would be waking up at 4am and heading out to fish for a few hours, then coming home and enjoying some family time while BBQing.

For my husband it would be a semi-quiet day not having to do anything but tinker around on the computer.

Tepe Rodrigo said...[Reply]

Let them have some peace and quiet.

tweetyscute said...[Reply]

Cook him a hearty breakfast and give him the remote

Alyshia said...[Reply]

Let the kids stay at Nana's!

Leslie Galloway said...[Reply]

Let him sleep in, and maybe a trip to eat BBQ! :)

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stefanie gladden said...[Reply]

we always make dad breakfast in bed, and let him choose where he wants to go for dinner. we also cater to him all day, no arguing, and just relaxing.

Anonymous said...[Reply]

a well thought homemade card is the best way to go!
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trishden said...[Reply]

My dad is deceased, but I make pancakes for my husband on Father's day. Thanks for a great giveaway!

Farrah Shumway said...[Reply]

Breakfast in bed & he gets the TV all day & relaxes :)

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Rachel McGuire said...[Reply]

Plan to ask him what HE wants to do for his day OFF. Not what he wants US to do FOR him.... Because it always ends up being about what we want FOR him instead of what HE really wants. Usually he's a pretty simple man and just wants to sit and read the paper drink some coffee.. Kids love to spend some time with him too, and give him their things they make at school. So we are planning the DAY AFTER for Kids Fathers day..

Valerie George said...[Reply]

I always just do little things, ie fill his cup, bring him things, etc.

Krysa said...[Reply]

This is my husband's first father's day, our son is 3 weeks old. He deployed Saturday and will not be home to celebrate. I sent him a father's day package with a card from each of us, a can of mixed nuts w/ a note that said "we're nuts about you dad!", a Father to Son book, a t-shirt that says World's Greatest Dad THIS GUY!, and a keychain I made with our son's foot print and a poem on the back. It was all packaged in a cooler that says "super cool dad" :)

ContestCrazy305 said...[Reply]

Sending him away for a game of golf and letting him sleep when he gets home.
Keeping the kids quiet so he is well rested before he has to leave for work at 7:30pm.
Monday we'll celebrate Fathers Day with a nice brunch for him around 10am when he gets up for a few hours after getting back home at 5:45am.

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Bryan Murphy said...[Reply]

buy him electronics

Teri H said...[Reply]

LOTS of Quiet Time

tina reynolds said...[Reply]

my tip is planning the whole weekend around the things he likes to do especially if they are things he hasn't had time to do. eaglesforjack@gmail.com

Lana Bradstream said...[Reply]

Make his favorite foods!

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SuperNeena said...[Reply]

Give him an awesome foot rub!
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Colleen said...[Reply]

For father's day dad gets the remote all day, he decides what's for dinner and what we do for the day (he usually wants to have a pajama and movie day)

mbreakfield said...[Reply]

We are making his favorite food

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