Dads everywhere are eagerly looking forward to spending the majority of Sunday grilling. While the amount of time grilling on Father’s Day will vary from dad to dad, the average shows that fathers across the nation will spend roughly 60% of their day tending the grill.
While most fathers will not spend the morning grilling, they are likely to start firing up their barbecue pits around lunchtime, and will dutifully man the grill with a beer in hand well into the evening.
George Hanson, a 43-year-old father-of-two, summed up the sentiment of most men when he said, “Father’s Day is a great time of the year, mostly because it’s the one day I’m allowed to spend as much time at the grill as I would like. And trust me, I would like to spend a lot of time at the grill.”