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Huggies one million give away

| 28 Nov 2012 09:48
The journey of parenthood is a wonderful experience but it can also be somewhat daunting. There is so much you need to think about and prepare for, the daily expenses, doctors' bills and then of course preparing for your baby's future and education. No mom would say no to a little help which is why Huggies® Dry Comfort® has given away a million rand to one lucky mom. Consumers could enter between July and September by buying a promotional pack of Huggies® Dry Comfort®.

The winner of the one million rand is Nokukhanya Ngcobo - a mom of four who lives in Richards Bay with her children. She works as an Administrator and is the main bread winner for her family making her financial situation a difficult one. "It is expensive to keep a household running so the money will go a long way in helping me do this. I would like to place tombstones on my deceased parents' graveside and I will also invest a portion of my money," says Ngcobo.
    
 
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