CHICAGO, June 9 /PRNewswire/ --
Surprise Your Hubby on Father's Day
Do you want to show your husband that he's the best dad in the world to your children? Surprise him with a fun and festive Father's Day surprise dinner that you can make with your kids! Cookbook author, former restauranteur, and marriage coach Delenee Brugman has great ideas that will help you and your kids show Dad just how loved and appreciated he is. Invite her to tell your audience how to make this the best Father's Day ever!
CONTACT: Delenee Brugman, (808) 276-6895 (OR); firstname.lastname@example.org
AVAILABILITY: Oregon, nationwide by arrangement, and via telephone
Hilarious Tips for Making Dad Happy on Father's Day
Celebrate Dad's special day by letting him be the "big fish" in the family. Tracy DeGraaf, comedian, mother of five boys, and author of the book Laugh Anyway Mom: Survival Stories From a Mother of Five Boys Who Has Learned How to Keep the Joy in Motherhood and How You Can Too!, will reveal her secrets to surviving in a "testosterocean" of males. DeGraaf will share practical tips in a humorous way that will have your audience laughing!
CONTACT: Tracy DeGraaf, (708) 691-5091 (IL); email@example.com
AVAILABILITY: Illinois, nationwide by arrangement, and via telephone
Celebrate the Importance of Fatherhood
With America's high divorce rate, many kids are now raised without the constant presence of a father in the home. Kimile Levell, mediator and family coach, works with broken families every day and knows that fathers are irreplaceable and critical in creating a stable and balanced family. Invite her to share her moving stories of how fatherhood in America has evolved and how we can all celebrate the valuable contributions of fathers.
CONTACT: Kimile Levell, (801) 809-2222 (UT); firstname.lastname@example.org
AVAILABILITY: Utah, nationwide by arrangement, and via telephone
Divorced Dads Don't Have to Feel Like "Visitors" With Their Kids
While Father's Day is typically a happy occasion, for divorced fathers it can be a painful time that highlights their changed role in the lives of their children. Many divorced fathers are treated more like visitors in their kids' lives than like fathers. Divorce coach, speaker, and author Christina McGhee can offer divorced dads practical solutions to the difficult situations they face. She can also advise them on how to play a more active and empowered role as a parent.
CONTACT: Christina McGhee, (979) 865-4287 (TX); email@example.com
AVAILABILITY: Texas, nationwide by arrangement, and via telephone
SOURCE Delenee Brugman, Tracy DeGraaf, Kimile Levell, Christina McGhee