New Seal of Approval for Dads Seeks Products/Services to Evaluate

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Armin Brott, known worldwide Mr. Dad, has just launched the “Mr. Dad Seal of Approval” and is looking for products and services to evaluate. To be selected, your product/service MUST be consistent with our mission: to facilitate father-child relationships and give dads the resources and tools they need to be the fathers they want to be.

Armin Brott, known worldwide as "Mr. Dad", has just launched the "Mr. Dad Seal of Approval" and is looking for products and services to evaluate.

This is NOT a pay-for-play award. To be selected, your product/service MUST be consistent with our mission: to facilitate father-child relationships and give dads the resources and tools they need to be the fathers they want to be. The Mr. Dad Seal of Approval is a visual endorsement that carries the powerful credibility of America's most trusted authority on fathers and families.

From among the winners, we'll select our Top 10, which will be announced before Father's Day in national, regional, and local media as well as our website, weekly radio show, podcast, and monthly newsletter. For more information, visit http://www.mrdad.com/seal or email armin@mrdad.com. Applications must be received before June 2.

About "Mr. Dad" Armin Brott

Armin Brott is the country's leading expert on fathers and families. His six best-selling books have helped millions of men around the world become the fathers they want to be and that their family needs them to be. His titles include, "The Expectant Father" and "The New Father: A Dad's Guide to the First Year." He has written on parenting and fatherhood for the New York Times Magazine, The Washington Post, Newsweek and dozens of other periodicals. He also hosts "Positive Parenting", a nationally distributed weekly talk show, and "DaddyCast", a daily podcast for and by dads. More information can be found at http://www.mrdad.com

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