You may have noticed that Father’s Day’s around the corner, and it leaves me with mixed feelings. Sure, as a Dad it’s great to have a day recognising our efforts, but it constantly feels like we put a lot less thinking into it than Mother’s Day.
Maybe we’re too hard to shop for. We invariably see variations on the same gifts every year—booze. Gadgets. Sports stuff. Shaving things. New tools, automotive merchandise… if you’re going to get Dad a gift this June, you should at least do it right.
This sentiment in mind, I’m here to remind you that Mark’s has so much more than shirts and neckties for your Father’s Day shopping this June! You can keep him looking stylish with gifts like a pair of Timberland Grantly Chelsea Boots ($159.99). Or Silver Jeans Co.’s “Eddie” Relaxed Fit Tapered Leg Jeans ($115.00). Or you could get him ready for when summer inevitably ends months from now (#TooSoon?), and put a Denver Hayes HD1 Cross Hatch Stroller Jacket ($119.99) on his back like the one I’m rocking this fall!
I like it—and shopping at Mark’s—because they carry product combining fashion with functionality. The Stroller Jacket’s water-repellent, breathable, and easy to wash, so for a Dad routinely at his little boys’ mercy, it’s a perfect fit. (#DadJoke.)
And if I’ve learned anything from my time writing posts for Mark’s, I’m not the only one who’s down with their brand—plenty of my readers tell me how much they trust Mark’s to give them the right gear for their work and personal needs!
That in mind, I’m giving away a $100 Mark’s gift card to one lucky Canadian so they can refresh their wardrobe with some stellar Mark’s gear! It’s a Casey Palmer, Canadian Dad contest, so it takes little but a valid email address and a click to enter, but your chances improve astronomically if you look into the additional entry options! Many will enter, but one will win—why not do what you can to help that one be you? Good luck! (Contest open to Canadians aged 18+ living outside of Quebec. Contest ends 7/3 @ 11:59 PM ET.)
Show Dad You Care with a Father’s Day Gift from Mark’s — The Kind of Gift He’ll REALLY Use.
So this Father’s Day, let’s all try to do a little better and give our Dads something they can actually use. Our homes are already easy to fill with clutter—it’s time we help our fathers be the men they want to be. They act the part and often talk the part—help the make sure they continue looking the part.
I hope you have an excellent Father’s Day planned, and until the next,