Tuesday, June 4, 2013

Celebrate the Power of Dad with Oral-B! #FathersDay #Giveaway

Can you believe that the year 2013 is almost halfway over already? It feels like we just tarted dating everything 2013, and now we're into June! That means Father's Day is coming up quickly; less than 2 weeks away. Do you have a gift for your Dad already, or are you one of those last-minute "Oh well, let's buy him a tie" kind of shoppers? Personally I like to have gifts purchased and wrapped well in advance, but I have to admit-my Dad is probably the hardest person to shop for in my family! 

I think Oral-B has the right idea with their new promotion, the Power of Dad. This site is devoted to sharing memories of your father, why you think your dad is so special, and just celebrating fathers everywhere. Take the time to watch the 1-minute video on the site, and you will be reminded of how wonderful dads really are-especially your own! (You know what I mean-everybody thinks they have the greatest dad on earth :) Be sure to watch the entire video; at the end, you will be given a coupon code for $7.00 off your next Oral-B Power Brush purchase! To watch the video and get the coupon code, just visit PowerofDad.com!



One of my readers will receive an 
Oral-B Deep Sweep TRIACTION 1000 Power Brush!! 
a Rafflecopter giveaway

41 comments:

  1. My daddy teaching me to drive, it was scary and fun at the same time.

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  2. My "Power of Dad" moment was when dad fixed up my basement and made it a nice room for us.
    twinkle at optonline dot net

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  3. I entered:
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    twinkle at optonline dot net

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  4. My dad kept me calm as I was about to walk down the aisle on my wedding day. vidomich(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  5. My dad showing me what to do if I got a flat tire! That was before cell phones!

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  6. My dad rescuing me on the highway when I was a teen and my car broke down.
    Thanks!

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  7. My Dad was a kind and loving man. He would help anyone anytime. He used to raise veggies. If someone would stop to buy some, he would give them more than what they paid for by double at least.

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  8. My dad teaching me to fish.

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  9. My powerful dad moment: when he stopped me from falling out of our tree house...yikes!

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  10. Aw, dad feeding his little one and the baby laughing his head off, is just adorable!

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  11. My dad taught us how to swim and always set our pool up for us in the summer.
    kellywcu8888ATgmailDOTcom

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  12. My dad taking me to the zoo, masongirl1127@yahoo.com

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  13. My dad teaching me to change my tire.

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  14. I don't really have a father in my life and my husband's father died before we were married. So I guess my fondest dad memory has to be the day that one of my best friends husbands stood in as father of the bride when we got married in their home in 2009.
    jillcollins68@yahoo.com

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  15. Dad helping the child to ride their first bike.

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  16. my dad teaching me how to ride a bike

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  17. I entered:
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    twinkle at optonline dot net

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  18. My dad taking me with him to the farm every weekend. It was so much fun feeding the animals and riding around on the tractor.

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  19. What a great video. I loved the dad feeding the baby--and the noodle fight. Very sweet.

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  20. entered eight o'clock coffee

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  21. my dad almost dying in the hospital but pulling through! :)

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  22. I entered: WhoopTee giveaway
    twinkle at optonline dot net

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  23. Heather Hayes PanjonJune 8, 2013 at 9:18 PM

    My Dad Raising For Daughter's My Himself, He Supported, Guided Us Every Step Of The Way!

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  24. Recently, I was struggling in an area in my life and I gave up after months of trying but my dad never gave up. He kept trying, persevering and knocking doors for me even when I gave up hope and made a way for me! All through God's grace! I learned the meaning of perseverance from him. That's his #power!

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  25. The dad who was tap dancing? with his daughter in the blue dress! How impressive and memorable!

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  26. I remember the first time I saw my Dad as a "regular human being"! I was in my early 20s, and took him & his wife (along with a friend of mine) to a Neil Diamond concert. We were in the Skybox suite of the company I worked for. At one point, my Dad leaned out of the skybox, cupped his hands in front of his mouth & yelled out "WE LOVE YOU, NEIL!". I couldn't believe he did that...he was just a normal & great guy having a fun time at a concert!

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  27. WOW...what a great video! I love so many of the moments...and they all had that proud Dad feeling! I did really like the older son with his Dad on the roller coaster!

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  28. my dad always coming to my cross country meets in high school.

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  29. My dad dancing with me on my 18th birthday.

    janetfaye (at) gmail (dot) com

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  30. My father taugh me how to drive .

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  31. I've never had a better breakfast than the ones my dad used to cook up on weekends :)

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  32. my father would always take us to the mountains to play in the snow

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  33. My dad taught us how to fish!

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  34. Recent Power of Dad moment is when our truck had to go in the shop and my dad lent us his truck for four weeks! Wonderful!!

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  35. 1 - entered onsen giveaway.
    2 - Entered MAM giveaway.
    3 - Entered WhoopTee giveaway.

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  36. My Power of Dad moment was when my father had to tell me that I had been diagnosed with Lupus at age 18. Now I know that it was the hardest thing he had ever done. But he did it with such love and grace that I knew everything was going to be okay.

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  37. My dad is the best and every day is a power of dad moment for him but the thing I am most proud of is his make a wish softball team that he coachs every year he raises money with his team to make some childs wish come true.

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