Father’s Day is one of the most lucrative business days of the year. Spending reached $12.7 billion in 2012, with indicators projecting even more spending to come in 2013. It’s not too late to start your Father’s Day promotions.
It’s also never to early to take some time to reflect on the impact our fathers have had on our lives. To help you figure out what kinds of Father’s Day print designs you might want to use on this special day, we collected 30 images to help inspire you a little bit more.
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30) “Aren’t you a little short for a Stormtrooper?”
29) “LEGO of me!”
28) A clean canvas.
27) Good thing that nose is clean.
26) Yup. It’s a baby alright.
25) The best way to fly.
24) Finally asleep.
23) Not so despicable.
22) She’s got his nose!
21) Let’s hope those sheets aren’t flammable.
20) Hope that crate of grenades is empty.
18) D Minor *nom*
17) Punk parenting.
14) Needs more sepia
10) Does that booboo hurt?
09) “Thanks for wrestling that shark for me, Dad!”
08) “I’ll pick up a real nail trimmer next week! Promise!”
07) The competitiveness just got worse from here.
06) “I can see my house from here!”
05) “It think you’re running a bit warm.”
04) “HERE! You keep it!”
02) Whispers: “Ice cream for dinner!”
01) Infinite points for you, Dad!
- Find ways to promote your business during Father’s Day – advertise your products and services wahead of the day to maximize your exposure. you can get your branding out before the others. Marketing tools like flyers, posters, and stickers are especially effective for these kinds of promotions
- Design your posters using high-quality images. Make sure the Father’s Day association is obvious, as this will also serve as your call to action – everyone knows what the day means.
- Father’s Day is always about family first. Business will always be second.