Duluth Trading Co. Father’s Day Giveaway

Duluth Trading Co. Father's Day Giveaway

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Father’s Day is coming up! Are you ready? The generous people at Duluth Trading Company are hosting a $100 giveaway – so start your shopping list now, just in case you win.

Over the years, a friend of mine has sent me gifts from Duluth Trading Company, and the one thing I get the most comments on is my green travel bag. I love its look, and its roominess. My husband has one of Duluth’s amazing lined flannel shirts, that our teen daughter quickly “borrowed.” Plus I have nifty socks, running pullovers, soft sweatshirts, and so much more from Duluth. Our family LOVES Duluth!

Duluth Trading Co. Father's Day Giveaway

You can win.

Today ONE RE reader will win $100 to shop at the DTC website for you, or for your dad for Father’s Day. Or, maybe for your children to give to their father. The gift giving can work however you see fit!

Duluth Trading Co. Father's Day Giveaway

So many options.

Here are a few things I liked. Duluth’s Fire Hose Pants are famous for their comfort, multiple deep pockets, and durability. Their Freedom Of Movement (F.O.M.) shirts are handsomely cut and roomy for guys who do physical work. Their Longtail T’s keep your man modest when he’s doing all that outdoor bending! There are so many items, such as hats, bags, tools, underwear, work items, watches, … basically very cool man stuff. And don’t forget to peek at the women’s items, just for future reference!

And a few more ideas …

Duluth Trading Co. Father's Day Giveaway


Duluth Trading’s “No Bull Guarantee” is one of the best in the industry, with no time limits or penalties on returns or exchanges.


Be sure to head on over to the Duluth WhatchamaBlog for some Father’s Day inspiration, including humorous e-cards, favorite quotes from dad and Father’s Day gift ideas.

Free shipping:

DTC is offering FREE shipping on orders of $50 or more right now too.

How to enter:

To enter to win this giveaway, all you need to do is leave a comment sharing a special moment you spent together with your dad. Leaving a comment about the father of your kids or just a really good guy in your life counts, too.

Also follow the Rafflecopter instructions for more chances to win! (10 total.)

My dad:

Here’s a fun memory of fishing with my Dad, Rogue River Chinook Salmon, fresh from the Pacific Ocean!

Fishing Rogue River, OR

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This giveaway will only be open for entries until 11:59 p.m. (EDT) Monday, June 9, so I can get the gift card to you in time for Father’s Day. Winner will be notified by email and must respond within 48 hours of being chosen or a new winner will be selected. This giveaway is sponsored by Duluth Trading Company.

124 comments on “Duluth Trading Co. Father’s Day Giveaway”

  1. My step dad raised me as his son and I am ever so grateful for the love and discipline he showed us!

  2. My husband and my Dad are the men of my life! They spoil me and love me unconditionally! lol

  3. I loved spending time with my father, he knows the best stories and knows what to say to make me laugh!

  4. My Dad used to take me fishing! Great memories! This guy is my rock!

  5. My hubby is the greatest dad I know! His father passed on early in his life, so he wants to be there for our boys! I hope to win for him!

  6. I so Loved my Father and He will always be with me,through
    all the wonderful memories I have of Him.I married a man
    with so many qualities as my Dad that I feel my daughter and
    I are two of the luckiest people in the World.

  7. My hubby took my 12 year old daughter to the phoenix film festival for kids day. He let the make up artist paint his face with my daughters direction. And then took her to chick fil a with a make up scar, and painted face!

  8. I love that hammock chair but my husband could really use some fun gear for father’s day.

  9. The biggest lesson I’ve learned from any man in life is to have a PFA from my Step-Dad. PFA stands for Positive Fishing Attitude. When I was a kid, spending hours on the lake, fishing pole in hand, was NOT my idea of a good time. I’d pout and definitely not try to catch fish. Anyone who’s ever been fishing knows it ‘s a lot more fun when you’re actually trying. When I learned to enjoy fishing, not only for the catch, but for the solitude on the water, the closeness with nature and the laughter and conversation with my Step-dad, it because one of my favorite past times.
    I’ve learned that PFA can transfer to every situation in life. EVERYTHING is easier if you try to remain positive. I thank him for that lesson all of the time.

  10. I have great memories of road trips with my Dad. We always started early and he’d have a perfect trail lunch packed.

  11. Dad and I took a tour of Scotland a few years ago. Great experience.

  12. Two years ago my Dad invited me to go on a company trip with him. We went to Charleston, SC and then to Kiawah Island. It was so much fun and a lot of great memories were made! I have a twin sister so it was great to have some one on one time with him :)

  13. My favorite memory with my dad is a road trip we took out west for 30 days. We left TN and went TX, AZ, CA, NE, Canada, WY, SD, and IL as a family. It was great!

  14. I really appreciate that my dad is such a great cook. He worked in his family owned diner as a kid, so he always offers to make whatever we want for breakfast when we visit now. He also cooks awesome dinners and desserts!

  15. Fishing with my dad was always so much fun!

  16. My pops and I go fly fishing together. We spent an incredible day up in Wyoming on the Snake River a few summers ago.

  17. My dad took us out on a lot of adventures, but I remember one Sunday when we somehow ended up fishing instead of at church, just the two of us!

  18. My husband is the best father there is. He’s an Air Force chaplain who puts the needs of the airmen and my two boys above his own on a daily basis. He comes home tired after meeting so many needs at the end of the day but is always ready to take his boys to play soccer, kick ball, etc. until bedtime. My two little guys get SO EXCITED each night when daddy comes home. They greet him at the door every day, both saluting their hero. He’s amazing and I can’t imagine my (or their) life without him.

  19. My dad was a great guy. Taught me how to change a tire, how to fish, how to grow things and how to put family first. I miss him.

  20. I never met my dad due to divorce and some bad decisions made by mother. He died 2 years before I “found” him. So it was very important I give my son the best father ever. I am assured my son doesn’t have the empty “father” hole in his heart like me.

  21. I remember helping my dad mow lawns for several widows in our small town. They couldn’t pay much and he didn’t get much monetarily. Sometimes nothing. Just to help.

  22. I remember my dad taking me out around Christmas to do some shopping. It was so much fun!

  23. My dad is fantastic! When I was young my mother would put two french braids in my hair every morning before school. However, when I was about 7 or 8 she started to travel for work several days a week. Being a silly little girl, my concern was “who’s going to braid my hair for school?” My dad took me to the beauty salon and paid for the stylist to teach him how to braid my hair. That’s a dad who loves his daughter! Over the next several years, my dad learned to paint fingers and toes with nail polish, pick out “outfits” for his daughters, and play with Barbies. He never had any sons, but he completely embraced having daughters.

  24. Having my dad helping me move the many times (at least 6) while I was in college. He deserves something nice for all the heavy labor.

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