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Georgetown men's soccer is hosting a "Dad Bod Day" in September.

By Extra Mustard
July 30, 2015

Are you a dad? Then you're in luck, as you can get in free to the Sept. 7 Georgetown-UCLA men's soccer game. Why? Because it's “Dad Bod Day.”

No need to worry if you're not part of the population blessed with a “Dad Bod,” as all dads will be welcomed free of charge. The night will include a spare tire relay race, a “corny Dad joke contest” and, of course, a halftime “Dad Bod dance-off.” 

If you're wondering what the heck a “Dad Bod” is, you might find this piece by a Clemson student who coined the term helpful. 

The catch to all of this is that Georgetown hopes the promotion actually helps end the fascination with the term. 

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“I thought, why not have a father appreciation day and help eliminate this “Dad Bod’ phenomenon?” Georgetown director of marketing Chris Grosse told the Washington Post.

- Molly Geary

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