In real life a super hero doesn’t fly whilst wearing a cape, nor does he have super muscles of steel, he certainly doesn’t save the world. Instead he can be the person who you can always turn to, the one who you know would always be there for you in times of happiness or trouble, one who can make you laugh and smile on even the bleakest days. Yes, the dads in my life are pretty super, even though I say it myself.
If you are still trying to decide what to get for your super dad this Father’s Day (now less than 2 weeks away), maybe you should take a look at a very special competition that is being run by gift experience specialists Into the Blue. Into the Blue experience days are pretty amazing. You can set up an experience in flying or watersports. Maybe cooking and culinary skills are more your dad’s thing – Into the Blue has special packages in those areas too. There are also stadium tours, steam engine driving experiences and even Brewery tours.
This year Into the Blue are running a very special competition when you purchase one of their Father’s Day packages. They have put together 10 very special superhero packages that include helicopter lessons, Duck tours, hovercraft experiences and stunt driving (there are 10 experiences in total and you can find them all here.) Entering the competition is just so easy. When you purchase a gift experience you will find a personalisation message box on the basket page. Simply fill it in with your message. That’s it. It doesn’t have to be a Father’s Day Message – it can be for birthday, anniversary, just to say thank you – literally anything.
The competition ends on 21st June (of course!) and winners will be contacted by email after this date. I’ll leave the final word on this to Into the Blue: – ” Our team of lovely lads & ladies in Customer Service will be picking the winners, so if your message makes them cry, laugh out loud or just go a bit dewyeyed and say ‘Ahh, that’s so sweet!’, you could be in line to be winning anything from a tank driving day to a bungee jump experience.”