Share your fondest childhood memories and win Gift hampers this Children’s Day
Children are a blessing and a gift from the god. They are the hands by which we take hold of heaven. The day which celebrates the spirit of innocence, cheerfulness and joviality; Children’s Day is just around the corner. It is celebrated with great fervor, splendor and enthusiasm on 14th November and commemorates the birth anniversary of Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru.
Haldiram’s Nagpur, one of the leading manufacturers of Indian sweets and snacks is all geared up to make this children’s day all the more special for its valuable customers. Keeping up with its history of organizing various contests, the company has come up with yet another endearing offer this children’s day. You can stand a chance to win Haldiram’s children’s day special hamper by sharing your fondest childhood memories and tagging your friends. To participate in the Children’s Day contest, you need to do the following:
• Like @haldiramsofficial on facebook
• Follow @NagpurHaldirams
• Use #HappyOldDays
Talking about the offer, the official spokesperson of Haldiram’s Nagpur said, “Children’s Day is dedicated to children; the building blocks of a nation and its most valuable resource. It is the day we celebrate all the little ones that are a blessing in our lives. Haldiram’s looks forward to make its customers happy on every special occasion. We believe that such jovial occasions like Children’s Day need to be marked with exclusive offers and endearing contests. The spirit of happiness and jollity associated with such exclusive offers makes the company resolute about offering them to the customers on every special occasion. “
So what are you waiting for? Come and seize this golden opportunity to win Haldiram’s children’s day special hamper and add to your happiness or childhood memories on this Children’s Day.
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