Father’s Day is June 19 and, as a brand leader for more than 175 years, Disston tools knows exactly how to make your father’s day this year. From Blu-Mol Black Oxide Drill Bits to RemGrit Carbide Grit Circular Saw Blades to bits, fasteners, and accessories; Disston has everything needed to make sure Dad’s work bench is well stocked. So nix the necktie, reschedule your golf outing, and put the grilling on hold and get Dad what he really wants this year. Happy Father’s Day to all of our Disston employees, clients, and users.
Make Your Father’s Day with this DIY
Is too many Father’s Days leaving your Dad’s closet all tied up? Put your Disston tools to use by building a tie rack from scratch using this tutorial courtesy of CraftaholicsAnonymous.net.
Father’s Day Fast Facts
- The first Father’s Day celebration was in Spokane, Washington, in 1910, which was spent delivering gifts to sick fathers in the area.
- Many attempts to make Father’s Day a national holiday were shot down until a 1966 proclamation designated it the third Sunday of June and in 1972 when it was made a permanent holiday.
- The rose is the official flower for Father’s Day. Wearing a red rose signifies a living father, while a white one represents a deceased father.
- Consumer spending on Father’s Day reaches more than $12.7 billion each year; and about $755 million of that is spent on home improvement and gardening accessories.
- Gift cards are the number one gift item for Father’s Day, with a third sold being humorous in nature.
Source include CNN.com and MentalFloss.com