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Robinsons Supermarket makes mom and kids bonding time exciting and healthy

Moms and their children had a truly exciting bonding experience over the weekend as Robinsons Supermarket hosted a Mom and Kids Fair at Robinsons Place Antipolo.

Robinsons Supermarket makes mom and kids bonding time exciting and healthy

With the mall’s activity center dressed up as a mini town, families spent fun, quality time together hopping from one activity booth to another to play games and win special prizes. 

Guests also enjoyed servings of vanilla and chocolate ice cream, nutty-choco and mango-orange milkshake, ice candy, ice scramble and polvoron in a one-of-a-kind sampling activity wherein partner milk brands were used as the main ingredient or toppings of the treats.

During the weekend event, moms and kids also enjoyed getting free hairstyles, having their pictures taken for instant souvenirs of their bonding moments, and personalizing free aprons.

To make the festivities even more rewarding, customers can also shop at any Robinsons Supermarket outlet nationwide until September 30 to get a special gift. They can avail themselves of free hand soap for a minimum single-receipt purchase of P3,000, with P750 worth of participating products from Nestle, P&G, Wyeth, Mead Johnson, JS Unitrade and other participating sponsors.

Robinsons Rewards cardholders can also earn 1,000 Rewards Points for every10 e-vouchers collected where one (1) e-voucher is equivalent to any single receipt purchase with P750 worth of sponsor items.

Robinsons Supermarket makes mom and kids bonding time exciting and healthy

To find out more about how Robinsons Supermarket can enable your family to adopt to a health and wellness-centered lifestyle, visit www.robinsons-supermarket.com.ph or like their Facebook page at www.facebook.com/RobinsonsSupermarketOfficial.

Topics: Robinsons Supermarket , Mom and Kids Fair , Robinsons Rewards
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