Enter Trib's Super Dad contest!
We look up to our dads as heroes, maybe even superheroes, who come with a wide range of super strengths.
Some dads are great at helping with homework — a Super Math Man. Others are better at fixing the car — Super Garage Man. Then, there's Super Lawn Man, Super Computer Man and even Super Remote Control Man and Super Nap Man. We want to know what kind of superhero your dad is.
• Kids up to age 14 can win a prize package for Dad by creating a drawing of the superhero persona he takes on. (Any Dad dressed as a real superhero — like Superman or Spider-Man — will be disqualified.)
• Grown-up kids of all ages can win a prize package by describing how their dads qualify for superhero status in 200 words or less.
The prize packages include a $100 gift card, “DC Super Heroes: The Ultimate Pop-Up Book” and a Super Dad T-shirt and hat.
Send artwork to: Super Dad, Trib Total Media, 503 Martindale St., Pittsburgh PA 15212
Send Super dad stories to: email@example.com
Deadline: 4 p.m. Monday, June 10
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