Join us for a #ThankYouMom Twitter party on Thursday, 4/28 at 11:00 am PST/2:00 pm PST with P&G Olympics ‘Thank You Mom.’
We’ll be chatting about the bond between mothers and their children and how our mother’s strength and courage define who we are today.
Chat to enter to win $50 gift cards!
Twitter Party Details:
What: #ThankYouMom Twitter Party
When: Thursday, April 28, 2016 at 11:00 am PST/ 2:00 pm EST.
Official Hashtag: #ThankYouMom
Make Sure To Follow: @ModernMom @ThankYouMom
Prizes, Prizes, Prizes: Winners will be selected at random from those using #ThankYouMom and following @ModernMom, for a total of five (5) winners. RSVP in the comment section below.
Prizes include: $50 gift cards
RSVP and Enter Now to Win Pre-Party Prize: You can win a $50 gift card before the party even starts! Enter now to win by leaving a comment below, entering in the contest widget or retweeting the tweet below. Remember to use #ThankYouMom.
— ModernMom (@ModernMom) April 27, 2016
P&G is launching the newest installment of the ‘Thank You Mom’ campaign, debuting the latest film in the series, ‘Strong.’ This follows the critically acclaimed “Pick Them Back Up” and “Best Job” films from the London 2012 and the Sochi 2014 Olympic campaigns, which were among the most viewed and shared Olympic videos of all time.
Grab a tissue and watch this amazing video about the universal human truth that a mother’s courage in times of adversity becomes a deep well of strength her children draw on throughout their lives. This remarkable film takes a bolder, edgier look at the pivotal moments that define the relationship between a mother and her child. It showcases how mothers handle key moments beyond their control, ultimately defining their children’s personal strength and courage. To bring this to life, Simon Biles, Gabby Douglas, Dana Vollmer, Ashton Eaton, Allyson Felix, and their mothers are joining this program to impart advice about the personal strength they’ve needed that will resonate universally.
For P&G, it is not about winning gold, it’s about celebrating the athlete and mom journey, because the unconditional love and strength a mom provides her children is our inspiration.
While most children will never make it to an Olympic level of competition – or win gold if they get there – the lessons taught by the mothers in this powerful, dynamic film are universal.
Tell us in the comment section below:
What makes you ‘strong’ as a mom?