Three Crowns Mom of the Year winners leave for Dubai
The 2018 Three Crowns Mom of the Year winners have departed Lagos for a four-day all-expense paid trip to Dubai. The three winners are Mrs. Jennifer Menakaya Ikono, Mrs. Pauline Pambolo Daniel and Adaobi Okonkwo. The trip is the grand prize of the annual Three Crowns Mom of the Year campaign. And this year, three, instead of just one emerged to commemorate Three Crowns 30th anniversary in Nigeria.
The lucky winners were joined on the Dubai trip by three members of their families, in line with the core idea of the campaign which is to provide opportunities for Nigeria mothers to enjoy a deserved get-away with their families.
Speaking about her expectations before departing for the trip, Mrs. Jennifer Ikono, a trader, said she was excited about the chance to experience new culture and make new friends. She also thanked Three Crowns for offering her the rare chance to spend quality time with her family away from work.
Mrs. Otu said, “I am a busy woman, so I cherish an opportunity like this because for once I will have the opportunity to get sounds rest as well as enjoy intimate moments with my family. It’s a privilege I will cherish for a long time and I appreciate Three Crowns for it.”
Pauline Pambolo Daniel, said Three Crowns Mom of The Year campaign changed people’s perception about her for good, adding that many of her colleagues have now come to appreciate Three Crowns milk as a heart friendly dairy brand.
Adaobi Okonkwo, who has her two daughters on her entourage, said the Three Crowns Mom of The Year contest made her feel loved beyond her expectations by her friends, colleagues and family members.
The winners will also won a $1000 shopping voucher as well as one-year supply of Three Crowns Milk.
Speaking about the campaign, Senior Brand Manager of Three Crowns Milk, Omolara Banjoko, said the initiative was birthed from the insight that moms don’t take care of themselves. “We as a brand created a platform to reward moms, because they are important and need to be healthy and well taken care of.
She added that moms choice to eat right and keep fit is very important to keep healthy which in turn reduces the risk of Non-Communicable Diseases (NCDs), including cardiovascular diseases for the family and society.
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