OTTAWA, ONTARIO--(Marketwired - May 1, 2013) - They say that being a mother is the best job in the world, and the hardest. In celebration of Mother's Day, Giant Tiger Stores Limited is pleased to announce the Giant Tiger Mother of the Year Facebook Contest.
From May 1 - 24, enter on-line on the Giant Tiger Facebook page and tell us why your mom is the Mother of the Year. What impact has your mom had on your life? A brief write up and supporting examples are required.
Prizes are awarded as follows:
"We are really looking forward to reading the entries for this contest," offers Lauren Moir, Vice President of Marketing, Giant Tiger Stores Limited. "This is a really great opportunity to give back and reward some amazing moms in our communities."
For full details and to enter visit www.facebook.com/GiantTiger.
We are the leading Canadian owned family discount store, committed to providing on trend family fashions, groceries, and everyday needs. Established in 1961 in Ottawa's Byward Market, the privately held company has over 200 locations across Canada and employs over 7,000 team members. All Giant Tiger locations are locally owned or operated by a team member who knows the community. In 2001 the North West Company entered into a franchise agreement with Giant Tiger Stores Limited to open and operate Giant Tiger stores in Western Canada. The friendly local stores with the iconic yellow Tiger logo are not only where Canadians shop more and spend less, but they help bring communities together. In 2012, Giant Tiger donated more than $2 million to more than 700 local associations and charities across Canada.
Giant Tiger checks out as Canada's low price Giant with our low prices every day, price matching, Claw Backs throughout the store and the no time limit return policy. For more information about the company, please visit www.gianttiger.com or join us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/gianttiger or follow us on Twitter @GTboutique.
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Manager, Public Relations and Community Activation