This week’s News Roundup brings you a collection of articles and blog posts related to stories about veteran dads, deals, discounts, and things to do for Father’s Day.
Kenner writer's dad, a World War II veteran, is her hero. NOLA Blog. "My grandfather is the greatest man I've ever known. He's a true example of strength, trust, forgiveness and love. He loves without judgment; he loves without prejudice."
10 Father's Day Gift Ideas and Military Discounts. Military.com “Help dad stay in shape by using military discounts for all his fitness needs. If he’s interested in a gym membership or coaching, look into the discounts offered by 24 Hour Fitness, Gold’s Gym, and Beachbody. If he needs something to wear during his work out or other athletic gear, check out Under Armour, Adidas, Nike, and Sport Chalet.”
17 Father's Day 2015 Freebies, Discounts and Deals He'll Love. Huffington Post. “According to the National Retail Federation (NRF), consumers this year are expected to spend $12.7 billion on Father's Day gift shopping, buying golf lessons, home improvement tools, coffee mugs and more. The NRF's recent Father's Day Spending Survey also predicts the average person is expected to individually spend $115.57, up from last year's $113.80.”
17 Father’s Day Activities Your Dad Will Appreciate. Reader’s Digest. “You can treat dad to dinner anytime. Instead, sign up for a cooking class and experiment in the kitchen. Sur La Table and Whole Foods, as well as your own local grocery store, are good places to start your search.”