Fun facts on Fathers’ Day with Dada Wine:
- In most of the countries around the world, Father’s Day is celebrated on the third Sunday of June.
- Father’s Day originated in America. The first Father’s Day celebration was in Fairmont, West Virginia on 5th July, 1908.
- The person credited for inventing the concept of Father’s Day is Mrs. Sonora Smart Dodd, an American whose father had raised his six children single-handedly.
- One of the most common gifts associated with Father’s Day comprises of a tie, followed by flowers.
- It has been claimed by Hallmark that Father’s Day makes up the fifth-largest card-sending holiday in the world.
- Greeting cards make up the number one gift item on the occasion of Father’s Day.
- A study came up with the fact that female shoppers spend approximately 50 percent more than men, while buying gifts for their dad.
- It is believed that the word “Dad” dates back to as early as the sixteenth century.
This year, rather than take the easy way out with a flashy tie – rated no.1 most hated gift by Dads by the way, why not do something special for your old man and treat him to a nice indulgent bottle of DADA wine?
Inspired by the Art Movement of which Marcel Duchamps was a cornerstone; most of us might know him from the famous Mona Lisa with a moustache; DADA is trendy, opulent and, in this case, very easy to drink.
We are sure Dad would be very appreciative no matter what you got for him on Father’s Day, and while a heartfelt card and hug are grand, they probably can’t compare to allowing him the chance to kick back and relax as he sips on a glass of red and mulls over his lovely memories of his perfect kids (that would be you).
Tell the world why you’re dad is no.1 by using the hashtag #1DADA.
(Pssst: Father’s Day is 21 June 2015)