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Huge Mother’s Day Contest from Procter & Gamble

Posted by  ·  May 6, 2010  ·  Last Updated: May 8, 2019

Have a special reunion with your mom or mom figure in your life!  What a great way to say thank you to your mom!



We all have our own stories about our moms. I was lucky enough to be adopted into a wonderful family and have an awesome mom!
 

My mom from the start always made me feel that I had been chosen and was special. I am so thankful for her and her ability to make me feel totally a part and not different in any way.  I truly feel that one of the biggest blessings in my life is that somewhere along the way my family forgot I was adopted.  Thanks to her loving and open heart I always felt secure.
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The words “Thank You” never seem to be enough to express the gratefulness I have for having such a special mom!
 
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So whether you live near or far from your mom, P&G wants to help you say thank you! (I am lucky enough to live right next door to my mom!)
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Win a $1,000 Gift Card and a portable video camera

Thursday, May 6, in celebration of Mother’s Day, you are invited to go to www.thankyoumom.com and enter to win a $1,000 Gift Card to help cover the cost for you to have a special reunion with your mom or mom figure in your life.  How cool is that!

How to enter this fabulous giveaway from P&G

It is so simple to enter!  All you need to do is submit a 100 word essay describing why you would like to be united with your mom.

Be one of 15 winners every month through November

There are so many chances to win, so be sure to enter! Approximately 15 winners will be chosen every month through the Thanksgiving holiday. Each winner will receive $1000 Gift Card and portable video camera to capture their reunion.  Your reunion video might even be shared on the website!
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Starting in June watch the website for updates and you get to vote for your favorite entry at the end of each month through November.
 
This was a sponsored post.

 


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  2. gemgirl
    Friday, May 7th, 2010
    This sounds like a huge bit of fun.
  3. Thursday, May 6th, 2010
    What a cute story. I too was adopted and I know the feeling of being in an awesome family and having a great Mom!! I hope you have a GREAT Mothers Day! :)
  4. Thursday, May 6th, 2010
    What a great story, thank you for sharing. I used to live 3000 miles away from my mom, now it's about 30 miles away-takes 45 minutes, wish she were closer but I'm just glad it's not 3000 miles anymore!
  5. jules p
    Thursday, May 6th, 2010
    That was such a sweet story. You probably helped a lot of people with it.

    I live about 1 mile from my mom. And I am satisfied with that. Having lived 700(plus) miles from her....that was very hard. So, I was thrilled when we were able to move back to our hometown and then we got lucky to purchase our first home-just 1 mile from her!
  6. Thursday, May 6th, 2010
    You are so blessed to live right next door to your mom! I am so jealous!! I live less than 1 mile from my mom, but it's not close enough! We've been praying for God to work out the details for us to live next door to each other, but it just hasn't happened yet. My mom and I are best friends and are extremely close. It sounds like you have a fabulous mom, too. We are very blessed.
    Thanks for all your fun posts. I enjoy reading! :-)
    ~mandy
  7. Thursday, May 6th, 2010
    awww... so sweet. :) wishing my mom was still here with me.