‘Samoa Observer’ pictures your mother ...

By Sina Filifilia Seva’aetasi 30 April 2017, 12:00AM

Just imagine! 

Your mother on Mothers’ Day, lying back and relaxing by the beautiful pool at the Sheraton Beach Resort, Mulifanua.  

Or perhaps she’s enjoying a peaceful getaway at the serene, tranquil  Orator Hotel? 

How about you and your family enjoying a stress-free, delicious to’ona’i poolside on Sunday afternoon, at the Taumeasina Island Resort?

Or for the rest of the year, share in your mother’s gift and spend some quality time together, watching the Manu Samoa Sevens on your brand new 42” High Def T.V. from Apia Traders?  

Or to ensure she is looking her best, let her choose a stunning piece of jewellery from the Treasure Box.  

Your mum works hard all year round and she surely deserves something a surprise on her day.  

So as this Mothers’ Day approaches, go that extra mile. 

As well as pampering her to show you care, enter the Samoa Observer’s “Picture Your mother on Mother’s Day” photo competition. 

Some of Samoa’s finest businesses have come on board to ensure that five lucky winners get to treat their mum to some amazing gifts, this Mothers’ Day.  

They are the Sheraton Beach Resort, Apia Traders, Orator Hotel, Taumeasina Island Resort and Treasure Box are ready to hand out some fabulous prizes.  

Prizes include:

• A voucher for 6 at a Sunday to’onai from Taumeasina Island Resort  

• A 2-night stay for two at Orator Hotel

• A 2-night stay for two including a spa from the Sheraton Beach Resort 

• A 42” TV from Apia Traders, or 

• A 200 tala jewellery voucher from the Treasure Box

All you have to do is send in a photo of your mum with a brief explanation in 20 words or less in English or Samoan, saying why your mum deserves the prize. 

Entries can be submitted at the Samoa Observer town office in Apia or the Samoa Observer headquarters in Vaitele and the winners will be announced on Friday May 12th. 

Refer to poster on page 26. 

By Sina Filifilia Seva’aetasi 30 April 2017, 12:00AM

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