Baby Cheramy kicks off ‘Senehasa Pathurai, Thegi Uthurai’ competition

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As an initiative to recognize and reward mothers for their abundance of love, Baby Cheramy has introduced ‘Senehasa Pathurai, Thegi Uthurai’ consumer promotion.

Baby Cheramy ‘Senehasa Pathurai, Thegi Uthurai’ consumer promotion will allow mothers a chance of winning gold pendants - daily, Rs.50,000 - cash prizes - weekly, Suzuki Alto cars - monthly together with a grand prize of a luxury house valued over Rs.7 million.  

To enter this competition, simply send in a single label of Baby Cheramy cream or lotion together with three Baby Cheramy soap wrappers by post to Baby Cheramy ‘Senehasa Pathurai, Thegi Uthurai’ P.O. BOX 2285, Colombo. This competition will be held until August 31.

As part of creating islandwide awareness, a fleet of Baby Cheramy promotional trucks commenced its journey on June 8, 2015 covering over 360 locations. 
This will create an opportunity for those who wish to enter the competition to directly hand over their entries along with name, address and telephone number together with Baby Cheramy cream, soap wrappers as mentioned above. All these who hand over an entry to the promotional trucks will be eligible to receive an instant gift.

Motherhood is one of the greatest gifts and achievements that a woman can have. There is no other blessing comparable to being a mother figure to a child. It is truly a life full of personal enrichment and purpose.  

From the time of giving birth to a child, mothers have the most difficult job of being a child’s everything. They serve as mentors, teachers and friends while providing love, support and compassion.  

A mother’s love is something that no one can explain. It is made of deep devotion and sacrifice. It is endless, unselfish and enduring.

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