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Local family to win a holiday or babymoon

Local family to win a holiday or babymoon

One lucky couple or family will win a holiday at next weekend’s Baby & Child Show, and that is just one of the dozens of prizes that will be taken away by visitors to the show.

Explore with Kids is giving every visitor to their stand the chance to win a fantastic family holiday or ‘babymoon’.

For couples welcoming a new baby into their family, a holiday would be a distant dream as they face the costs of providing for their new child alongside the ever increasing costs of living. “We’re so excited that one family is going to win such an amazing prize” says Nicola Pentelow, the show’s organiser.

“But that’s not all they could win” she says. There’s another $800 prize package up for grabs including a portrait sitting and framed print from David Evans Photography to preserve the memories of your child or family for life.

Get on down to the Baby & Child Show at the Rodney Green Centennial Events Centre in Napier on Saturday 25 and Sunday 26 August to be in with a chance to win these and many more prizes The doors are open from 9.30 to 4.00 each day.

For more information all the details are on the show’s website at www.babyandchildshow.co.nz

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