I am a member of a dad blogger group on facebook. As a member, we occasionally have giveaways that we participate in as a group where one dad reviews a product. We do come across some pretty cool products, and we aren’t obligated to participate in any.
But this one is really cool. With the 25th anniversary of Top Gun, this one is even cooler. I can remember when I was on the farm, sitting on the tractor dreaming that if I could be anywhere else in the world, it would be on an aircraft carrier getting ready to fly my jet to save the free world from MIG 28’s. This giveaway is sponsored by NAPPA. The National Parenting Publications Awards (NAPPA) is one of the oldest and most respected awards programs in the country. With over 20 years of experience in the industry, we have been continuously celebrated as the “go-to” source for parents and professionals seeking the best products for their children and families. NAPPA holds two competitions annually:
- Children’s Products Competition
- Parenting Resources Competition
NAPPA enlists a team of independent expert judges and family testers to review each submission thoroughly. Together, they select the most entertaining, appealing, safe, educational, age-appropriate and enduring products as NAPPA Gold, Silver and Honors winners. A NAPPA recognition is more than just a seal of approval. It signifies that a product has been rigorously evaluated against stringent criteria and that it stands out among hundreds of similar products from around the world. Products that receive the prestigious NAPPA award are quality products that parents and professionals can trust.
The two books in the giveaway:
daddoes.com did the review for our group. He also posted a video on Youtube featuring it.
Here is what you do to enter: a Rafflecopter giveaway
- Why Do We Write? It’s All About the Story (dadscribe.com)
- You’ve come a long way, dads. But has advertising noticed? (mom-101.com)
- Defining Dad Bloggers (dadblunders.com)
- Stop Knocking Dad’s Parenting Abilities (acculturated.com)
- Rob Deering: I sometimes worry I’ll develop Parkinson’s like my dad (metro.co.uk)