Father’s Day has kids and wives seeking the perfect gift for Dads across the country and the proverbial necktie probably isn’t high on Dad’s list. So this year, Park Place Dealerships is helping out by offering the Ultimate Father’s Day Gift: nine luxury vehicles worth more than $1.43 million.
A car for each day and two additional vehicles for special evenings out, Park Place has created the ideal lineup of cars for the perfect Father’s Day. Included in the package:
Monday Driver – Lexus LS 460 to start off Dad’s work week off with a smooth ride
Tuesday Driver – McLaren 650S Spider when Dad needs to be somewhere fast
Wednesday Driver – Jaguar F-Type Coupe to outmaneuver those mid-week blues
Thursday Driver – Maserati Ghibli has the right attitude to deliver Dad into Friday
Friday Driver – Porsche Macan has plenty of room for Dad’s golf clubs
Friday Evening – Rolls-Royce Wraith for Dad to wine and dine Mom
Saturday Driver – Volvo XC90 to take the kids to their sporting events
Saturday Evening – Bentley Continental GTC for a night at the Opera and dinner
Sunday Driver – Mercedes-Benz GL 450 is the ideal car to pull the boat to the lake
Dad will appreciate each of these fine vehicles for their respective driving experience. But he will most appreciate the exceptional ownership experience provided by Park Place. With a highly-trained sales team and service technicians, as well as the beautiful facilities and state-of-the-art equipment, Dad may never want to leave one of Park Place’s 17 dealerships.
According to the National Retail Federation, consumers will spend more than $12.5 billion on gifts for Dad this year. Topping the list of purchases is the simple greeting card followed by apparel, dinner or tickets to a sporting event, electronics, and of course, the ‘I couldn’t think of anything to get you’ gift card.
This year, Father’s Day is celebrated on Sunday, June 15. A movement to honor fathers began in the early 1900’s and in 1972, President Richard Nixon made Father’s Day a permanent national holiday. Today, the holiday is recognized around the world but the date varies by country.