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mokopuna™ turns 10!

mokopuna™ turns 10!

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE 6th May 2014

This month, leading and much loved New Zealand children’s merino brand, mokopuna™, is celebrating its 10th birthday! It’s been an adventurous 10 years with the company growing up fast to a big, strong Kiwi kid and exporting its premium merino products to many key countries such as Australia, the United Kingdom, Hong Kong & as far away as Norway.

Celebrations kick off 1st of May which include competitions, offers, a bit of reminiscing and some online baa-ing, with followers and media alike encouraged to join in the celebrations on social media using the hashtag ‘#10yrsofmokopuna’. Amongst other things, mokopuna™ fans can snap a picture of their mokopuna™ wearing little ones on Instagram to win spot prizes, get $10 off their next purchase, follow the anniversary blog series & 10 lucky mokopuna customers will win their order free this month.

To mark 10 years of creating luxurious merino infant and children’s wear, mokopuna™ is also releasing in mid May, a limited edition, nature inspired print to compliment the current winter 2014 collection. The ‘Meadow Print’ features their iconic mokopuna™ merino sheep alongside its meadow buddies in an all-over outline print in soft fawn on lily, making it the perfect unisex gift.

mokopuna™ uses 100% New Zealand merino to create silky soft clothing from newborn through to 4 years old. mokopuna™ merino isn’t your usual wool, it’s soft not scratchy against your little one’s skin and its ability to wick moisture and regulate temperature makes it the best choice for babies and toddlers. Machine washable, ZQ certified, non-allergenic and naturally sustainable, mokopuna merino is safe, warm and perfect for wearing all year round.

mokopuna™ is available at the best independent baby boutiques, Babycity stores and online at www.mokopuna.com

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