Calling all Superhero Super Dads to win prizes!

Dad, Daddy, Papa, Pops, Grumpy…whatever you call him, he’s your Father and it’s his day on Sunday 21st June 2015! And of course, every Dad is a superhero in the eyes of their children, which is what inspired us to launch our totally out-of-this-world Superhero Father’s Day competition.

Super Hero Dads we love you!

Super Hero Dads we love you!

We have rustled up a rather fine prize bag of 10 different experiences for 10 worthy winners. We’ve got everything from a tank driving session (so you can see how Dad handles those big boys’ toys) to a brewery tour, where Dad can chew the cud with other like-minded real ale fans whilst you pop down the road and have a Latte.

Cheers, Dad!

Cheers, Dad!

So what do you have to do to win one of these fabulous prizes? Well, it really couldn’t be easier. All you have to do is buy any IntotheBlue activity gift voucher between now and the 21st June 2015 and make sure you add a personal message to your voucher.

Just to explain in further detail, when you click to add an activity to your shopping basket, a new window automatically opens and you’ll see you have a window where you can type in the message you’d like to appear on the voucher. Make sure you keep an eye on the left where you can see what it’ll look like once printed, to make sure your message isn’t too long and gets cut off.

Your IntotheBlue personal voucher message maker

Your IntotheBlue personal voucher message maker

What’s more, we’ve had it on good authority from the Big Boss, that it doesn’t have to be a Father’s Day message to win. So, whether you’re buying a voucher for a colleague at work who’s retiring, want to surprise your best mate on their birthday, or do just want to treat your Daddy, anyone who enters a personal message will be entered into the competition.

So get creative and come up with some heart-felt words for the one you love, a slick one-liner or add in that long-standing family joke. It can be entertaining or cute, everyone’s in with a chance of winning.

We can imagine that Dad is never too old to go clubbing when you buy him a golf lesson, or that age won’t slow him down on a Formula Ford track day. If he’s a Daddy in a league of his own, maybe he’d like to tour his team’s football ground? Those messages can be as corny as his own jokes, or as sweet as those soothing words he uttered to you when you fell off your bike and grazed your knee…

Who said Dad was too old to go clubbing?

Who said Dad was too old to go clubbing?

Happy Father’s Day and good luck!

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