My father is one of the most selfless men I know. Growing up with very little, but having a successful career, he is always fighting for the underdog. He is always helping others. He took care of a set of elderly neighbors for over ten years, bringing them meals twice a week until they passed. He volunteers at an American Legion to help veterans make better financial decisions so that they can have longevity in what they do because his father was a veteran. He was always there for me when I was growing up. He supported me taught me how to be the best I could be. He taught me how to prioritize responsibilities, how to be a hard worker, and most importantly, he taught me how to grill. My father's hams are somewhat of a legend in my family and fortunately, I have been taught by the master. When he was in his early 20’s he saw a Weber cook book and said that he wanted to learn how to make the prime rib on the cover. He bought a Weber and the rest is history. Ever since that day he has been a Weber enthusiast, and continues to pass down his knowledge and passion for Weber grilling to friends and family. I can’t think of a better way to celebrate my father than for him to receive an ultimate grilling weekend with Weber, the only grill he has ever used.