Show Your Mama Love and Win Prizes!

By That's PRD, May 2, 2017

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Looking to let the world know how much your mom means to you? Of course you are, who isn't? To help you pay tribute to the woman that brought you into this world, That’s is encouraging readers to share their favorite photo of their mom on WeChat moments accompanied by a heart-melting caption using the hashtag #ThatsMyMom.

In doing this, you stand the chance to win one of two dinner vouchers to five-star hotel restaurants, or one of three vouchers to other awesome local establishments! The hotel dinner vouchers are for two people on May 14.

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So how does it work? Well, as mentioned above, you need to post an image of your mother on WeChat moments with the hashtag #ThatsMyMom. Next, take a screen shot of your post and send it to our official WeChat account (ThatsShenzhen) along with the original image, the photo caption, your name and phone number.

Submissions close at noon on May 6. 

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To help us decide who will walk away with the aforementioned vouchers, we will hold a WeChat vote – featuring a selection of our favorite images – from May 6-9.

[Images via Pexels, LinkedIn]

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