Amazing Dads: Honoring Juston Clymore
I honestly can't believe that Father's Day is this weekend. I have so much to do to prepare - for my dad, for Morgan, and for Audrey Grace's dad - who all deserve to be remembered, thanked, and honored on this day. Actually, Dads the world over deserve a little recognition on this day.
I'm not sure if I've shared this in the past but my brother Phil is a veteran of the U.S. Army. He was discharged after his second tour of Iraq, and now he is a wonderful father to two young boys. So, when I heard about a chance to participate in honoring Juston Clymore, father of three and a Captain in the U.S. Army who has completed FIVE courageous tours of duty (he is embarking on his sixth deployment to the Middle East shortly) I simply knew that I wanted in. I also knew that you would likely want in as well.
A new company called Gumhouse (a new way to find deals online - driven by video) wants to recognize Juston for being a dad that we can all cheer for and believe in. A dad's dad. A dad the dad's we love would be proud to thank and support. To do that, they've teamed up with four companies to provide Juston with a Father's Day to remember. The companies Gumhouse has secured are: Dollar Shave Club, Swag of the Month, Gentlemen Square and Wittlebee - they have all agreed to give Juston products and services, which totals more than $1,200.
In order to do that, Gumhouse needs to get 5,000 RSVPs. Don't worry - I've already vetted Gumhouse and they actually seem super cool - plus you only have to RSVP to the sales that you're interested in. Bonus - some of these sales would be great for Father's Day!
You can even click the RSVP to all sales button and in one simple step put Juston on his way to having the best Dad's day ever. It's a small thing, but easy to do, and it's a way to say thank you to someone who has done so much. in fact, even if you don't participate could you do me a favor and tell a soldier you know this weekend happy father's day and thank you? They deserve to hear it more often than they do.
What do you think? I know we have some amazing military families out there, plus a ton of fans of Lifetime's original series Army Wives. Can we as fellow Army Families unite to help Juston out?