Harry & David Father’s Day Gift Tower Giveaway


I’ve learned so many things from my dad. He was my hero, he was my model. Since he was working during the week, mostly during the weekend I’d be noisy and be right where he was learning how to hammer a nail, how to use a screwdriver and on some special occasions we’d spend the Saturday afternoons going to the stadium to watch a soccer (or football as we call it all over Europe) match.

Over the year we developed a special connection, even if we’re thousands of miles away we feel if something is not right. Just the other day I felt the urge to call him and the moment he said Hi, I knew something was just not right. We talked for a few minutes and even though we could not move mountains, we sure felt better talking to each other.



I’m working again with Harry & David to bring you a gift to the dad, husband and father figure in your life.

The Father’s Day Tower Gift contains

  • Approx. 5 Royal Riviera® Pears
  • Totally Caramel Moose Munch® Popcorn
  • Peanut Butter Pretzels
  • Mixed Nuts
  • 2 Chocolate Chunk Cookies
  • 2 Snickerdoodle Cookies

To enter the giveaway, leave a comment below letting me know what’s your favorite memory with your dad.

For additional entries use the PromoSimple Widget below (please allow a few seconds to load) or you can enter via Facebook

Father’s Day Gift Tower

This giveaway is offered by Harry & David. No purchase necessary. Void where prohibited. Open to US residents, 18 or older.

The winner will be chosen randomly and will be notified via email. The winner has 48 hours to claim the prize or another winner will be selected.

I was given free product for review with no other monetary compensation. Opinions expressed in this post are my own.

Good luck!


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  1. MaryBeth says

    When I was little, my dad always took us for a special treat on pay day. I always picked blue cream soda and a donut. I still love cream soda but haven’t seen the “blue” kind in years.

  2. Marsha says

    My Dad was a huge Florida Gators fan. We had tailgate parties sitting in front of the TV. I really miss those.

  3. Lisa McD says

    When I was just 17 ;), I saw Paul McCartney in concert…from the 8th row…with my Dad. I’ll never forget how crazy he went when Paul sang Can’t Buy Me Love!

  4. says

    Hmmmm, I think my favorite memory of my dad would be when he walked me down the aisle at my wedding. The pride on his face and the beautiful things he said to me and my husband will always be in my heart.

  5. Skylar S says

    I remember my dad was away on business during Valentine’s Day, but he remembered to send a card to me. Those little holidays were never a big deal for us, so when I got the card, it meant the world to me!

  6. Marjorie Kingham says

    My favorite memory of my dad is when he made all of us kids playground equipment,, swing set,teeter totter and tether ball to play with. He also made a homemade jeep for us to ride around in.He was a great dad!

  7. says

    It’s so hard to pick ONE favorite memory with my dad; he is such an amazing person. But the nights that he spent reading to me and my sister while we were in bed have got to be top of the list. Narnia, Lord of the Rings, O Henry’s Short Stories…anything he picked was always too short for us. We could listen to him for hours. He did all the voices and descriptions just right. :)

  8. Sandy w says

    When we were growing up, we would drive across the country every other summer to visit my grandparents. We have some great memories of those trips and still reminisce about them today.

  9. gailanne says

    Camping trips with my dad were amazing. Every summer we would explore a different part of the country, finding the perfect site to pitch our white canvas tent and build a campfire on which to roast marshmallows. These memories are so very special to me.

  10. Cyndie says

    The most important memory I have is that my father encouraged me to do whatever I loved. He encouraged all five of us to follow our dreams and nurtured our interests. One evening when he came home, I was drawing. Although my sketch was quite simple, he recognized my interest and began to discuss art, artists, etc. We talked for 2 hours and my mom kept telling him, “Enough!” He continued, though, as he noticed I was engaged, asking questions and listening intently. He then followed up with visits to the local art supply store to explore different mediums. No matter what interested me, he helped me discover many interests that served me in my career as a teacher! He taught us to explore the many possibilities in this world. We live to discover new things and share those new gifts with others, just as he shared and continues to share his gift with us. A father’s love is a powerful gift.

  11. kathy radloff says

    One of my favorite memories was going with my dad to sell honey he was a Beekeeper and we would take the barrels to Sue Bee honey in Temple TX and we always stopped for a nice lunch afterwards on the way home just me and my Dad I was around 8 years old

  12. says

    My dad died when I was 9 but I have a few really special memories of him. He was a pilot and traveled all over the country with private clients. When he could he would take one of us kids with him. There were 6 of us so we didn’t get to go too often but I remember a few wonderful trips before he passed away.

  13. Debbie Welchert says

    My dad was always there whenever we needed him. It didn’t matter what time of the day or night, if we called he was there. If we were hungry, he would bring us food or if we needed help, he would help us. I just don’t ever remember him telling us no when we needed him.

  14. Deanna Segrave-Daly says

    Wow, it’s so hard to narrow it down to one thing but he always makes me laugh and is that steady, reliable rock that’s always there for me. Going to Penn State football games with him is just one of many special memories. Thanks for hosting this giveaway, Roxana!

  15. Chris says

    So many great memories, but the oldest comes to mind first: my father telling me bedtime stories. He was a master!

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