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WIN a designer pregnancy package worth R15 000 at Kids Emporium

WIN a designer pregnancy package worth R15 000 at Kids Emporium

Spend R300 at Kids Emporium in Lillies Quarter Shopping Centre in Hillcrest, and you automatically stand the chance of winning a designer pregnancy package worth R15 000!

One lucky winner will be selected in a lucky draw that will be held at 11h00 on Saturday 31 October 2015 in-store. The whole family can enjoy an exciting, quality shopping experience and, while moms and dads shop, the kids will be entertained by a face-painter and can enjoy balloons and delicious mini-cupcakes.

The grand prize will include everything that a new mom needs, from stylish designer style baby goods to baby linen and nappy bags. Top brands will include a Jack ‘n Jill cot, a Breathe EZ mattress and linen, a Caboo DX Carrier, Kids Emporium maternity clothing, a Myang blanket and rattle and other famous brand named goods from Cinnamon Sue, Globug, The London Laundry, 4AKid, Sock Ons, Thandana and others.

The Kids Emporium Hillcrest store opened on 15 November 2014 and is almost ready to celebrate its first birthday. Owner Caryn Alves comments: “We are excited to offer a prize of this magnitude in what will be a complete solution for a little newcomer, and mom. Goodies range from maternity essentials to furniture and décor through to children’s wear and toys.”

Kids Emporium is known for its exclusive personalised, designer one-stop baby shopping experience with branches nationwide, offering innovative, quality product ranges for babies and children.

The winner agrees to be photographed and interviewed by members of the media with a photograph of the winner accepting their prize. Posts will also be placed on social media after the campaign.

Kids Emporium is situated in Shop A15 Lillies Quarter Shopping Centre, 12-16 Old Main Road, Hillcrest, KwaZulu-Natal. For more information contact Caryn Alves at Kids Emporium on +27 31 765 4085 or email caryn@kidsemporium.co.za

 

 

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