Three Easy Steps for a Successful Father’s Day
In search of Father’s Day gift ideas? Look no further. We are here to help. Follow these three easy steps for a Michigan Father’s Day your dad will not forget.
- Pure Michigan Hunt Application – Michigan Department of Natural Resources randomly selects three Pure Michigan Hunt winners. The winners receive a package valued at over $4,000! It includes elk, bear, antlerless deer, spring and fall turkey hunting licenses, first pick at a managed waterfowl hunt area, a Darton Archery crossbow package, a 30.06 rifle from Dick Williams Gun Shop, a 12-gauge shotgun from Ducks Unlimited and more. All you have to do is pick up an application for $5 wherever hunting licenses are sold.
- Labatt Blue – That’s right, beer! Labatt USA is currently selling Labatt Blue and Labatt Blue Light cans with iconic Michigan images on them, such as Big Sable Point Lighthouse, Mackinac Bridge and Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore. A portion of the proceeds from these Michigan cans will help support recycling and clean beach initiatives in Michigan state parks. So get your dad a case of specially marked Michigan Labatt Blue this weekend and support Michigan’s state parks, trails and waterways.
- Allband Communications High Speed Internet – So far we have a chance of winning a great hunting package and a case of beer, now it’s time to knock Father’s Day out of the park. Allband Communication’s high speed, fiber optic Internet is the gift that keeps giving. Your dad can enjoy Allband’s high speed Internet all year round! Unlimited data, a reliable connection, lightning fast speeds of 100 MBPS, and local, friendly customer service. Your dad can stream movies, stay connected with news and sports, find new hobbies, stay connected with children and grandchildren and so much more!
No more excuses for Father’s Day gifts this year! We have you all set up for a great Michigan Father’s Day with a Pure Michigan Hunt application, Labatt Blue beer and Allband’s High Speed Internet. You will definitely be the favorite child. Wasn’t that easy?