PDN has two daily editions — one for residents of Jefferson County

PDN has two daily editions — one for residents of Jefferson County

Father’s Day is almost here — and we’ve got the best gift right here!

FATHER’S DAY IS just two days away, but if you’ve been been procrastinating on finding the perfect present for Dad, don’t worry — we’ve got you covered.

(And no, we’re not talking about another fruitless foray through a rack of ties. Or buying another shirt. Or surrendering to the last-minute, random purchase of a gift card.)

Call us today . . . and get Dad a subscription to the Peninsula Daily News at a special rate of just 38 cents a day.

That’s less than the cost of a first-class postage stamp . . . and a substantial savings off our newsstand price (now 75 cents Monday through Friday, and $1.50 on Sunday).

Call us today . . . and we’ll start his PDN subscription this Sunday, on Father’s Day. (If Dad is already a PDN subscriber, you can also renew his subscription at our special rate).

Every issue of the PDN gives you an inside look at what’s happening on our ever-changing Peninsula — from politics and sports to tourism to business.

And we have two daily editions — one written and edited for residents of Jefferson County, the other for Clallam County residents (the Clallam edition is shown in the photo on the right).

So have the PDN conveniently delivered to Dad’s home or office Sunday through Friday at:

13 weeks for $29.25

26 weeks for $58.50

$117 for a full year (52 weeks — best deal!)

Call us today . . . 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. at 360-452-4507 or 800-826-7714 . . . to take advantage of this special deal and get the PDN delivered to Dad on Sunday (or extend Dad’s existing PDN subscription).

Mention the “Father’s Day Special” when you call (and don’t forget to give us Dad’s address and telephone number).

Your Dad will never know that you waited until the last moment, and even if he does, he’ll be impressed that he raised such a thoughtful and resourceful kid.

(And YES, this offer also applies to Granddad as well!)

Happy Father’s Day!

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