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The Coolest Little Capital Just Got Cooler …

The Coolest Little Capital Just Got Cooler …

Wellington's one and only boutique coupon book for mums - The Coolest Little Coupon Book - launches today!

For Mums is a business for mums, by mums. Co-founded by Angela MacDonald and Abigail McKoy, two Wellingtonian first time mums, long time friends with a mission to make life at home and out with babies & toddlers more easy, enjoyable and affordable in this city.

“Our cool little Capital has so much to offer, which is why we’ve partnered with trusted brands, cool local labels and mum owned businesses to curate a mix of the coolest little activities, products and services for mums to experience and enjoy with their little ones.”

Inside The Coolest Little Coupon Book you’ll find a collaboration of carefully curated offers encompassing a wide range of deals for Wellington mums from brands such as Bargain Box, The Babysitters Club, Baby On The Move, Sweet Bakery & Cakery, Munch Cupboard and over 100 more!

The book boasts seven categories spanning across children's entertainment & activities, child friendly cafes, children’s products, household services as well as a few luxury indulgences for mum. With over $3,000 worth of value, there's something for every-mum inside. There’s even a whole range of free activities to inspire too!

Co-founder Ange MacDonald says “Entertainment for the majority of new mums is no longer fine dining, fancy restaurants and luxury resort holidays - it’s toy libraries, fairy dances, indoor trampoline parks, and sing-a-long sessions. The Coolest Little Coupon Book focuses on practical offers, that mums will actually use and feel good about without blowing their budget.”

There will be 1500 copies of The Coolest Little Coupon Book available for pre-order from 1 Nov 2017 online through formums.co.nz . The book is priced at $35 with $5 from every book sold going to a charity that helps to support mums. Voting for a charity to support starts this month and mums can vote from four local groups - Bellyful, Wellington Womens Refuge, House of Grace & Wellington Mothers Network.


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