Record Father’s Day Spending Expected This Year in Nevada

Dads across Nevada will be celebrated this week for Father’s Day. In Nevada, consumers are projected to spend a record $250.6 million on cards, books, electronics, tools and other dad-centric gifts, according to the Retail Association of Nevada. Nationwide spending this Father’s Day is projected to reach $15.9 billion, with 75.9 percent of Americans celebrating and spending an average of $138.97, according to a recent survey by the National Retail Federation (NRF). Bryan Wachter, Senior Vice President of RAN says “Nevada consumer confidence continues to hold strong into the summer as spending is poised to set another holiday spending record.” He adds, “At this point, increasing tariffs have yet to cause a decline in consumer spending in Nevada.”