Father’s Day is quickly approaching and it’s the time of the year to give back to your old man for all he’s done for you.
Whether you want to give him his edge back so he again hears hunting sounds that advanced age has taken from him, or you want him to enjoy shooting without damaging his hearing, TETRA makes the great outdoors enjoyable for dads.
To all the dads who guide their children into the great outdoors, we salute you. #HearsToDad
If your dad showed you the ropes in the great outdoors, post a photo or video on Facebook or Instagram and tell us the story of learning from him. Use the hashtag, #HearsToDad. Be creative and thoughtful and you could win two pairs of TETRA AlphaShields, one for you and one for dad. All entries will also receive a $100 coupon for use on tetrahunt.com.If your dad showed you the ropes in the great outdoors, post a photo or video on Facebook or Instagram and tell us the story of learning from him. Use the hashtag, #HearsToDad. Be creative and thoughtful and you could two pairs of AlphaShield devices: one for you, one for dad. All entries will receive a $100 coupon for use on tetrahunt.com.
Contest ends Saturday, June 20, 2020, at 5 PM CST. Winner will be announced shortly thereafter.
Ways to Enter the #HearsToDad Contest
Submit your tribute one of two ways:
- On Instagram: upload a photo or video with your tribute to dad and use the hashtag #HearsToDad
- On Facebook: reply on our posts in comments with your photo or video with tribute
All entrants will receive a $100 coupon to put towards any hearing device purchase on tetrahearing.com.
Winners will be chosen based on originality, creativity, and quality of writing. Supporting photos and videos are encouraged but not required. Full rules and regs can be downloaded here.
"Dad, our 2018 season was one for the books. After a frustrating season, you reminded me that it's not about the harvest. And you were right. Although we did end up with two amazing deer, it's the highs and lows and time together that made it so memorable. Thanks for teaching me what really matters."
- Brita T.