Celebrity mom Marian Rivera is excited to be the first member of the Prime Mom Club, an exclusive social community of young mothers that helps first-time moms become successful homemakers.
Prime Mom Club aims to make the lives of homemakers much easier by giving them relevant information and helping them whip up great meals using premium ingredients, such as Mega Prime products, that can transform simple dishes into spectacular ones.
Prime Moms enjoy a host of privileges, such as the opportunity to be part of Mega Prime Exclusive events, a Special Prime Mom Club ID, a monthly newsletter with a compilation of recipes, and several chances to receive special gift items and products from Mega Prime.
Mommy members will also be invited to join regular get-togethers where they can discuss relevant and timely home-making topics among themselves, and listen to seasoned speakers and field experts discuss a variety of useful topics.
“Sobrang excited ako na kasama ako sa Prime Mom Club. For me kasi, it’s important for us first-time moms to connect, share our experiences, and learn from each other,”enthuses Rivera.
She continues, “Gusto kong i-share yung mga alam ko lalo na sa kusina at masaya kasing mag-try ng recipes na nag-work for other mommies. I really hope na madaming mommies ang sumali sa Prime Mom club.”
The club is open to all moms aged 25 to 35.
According Marvin Tiu Lim, vice president for sales and marketing of Mega Global Corporation, the maker of Mega Prime canned products, Rivera is the “perfect example” of a Prime Mom.
Lim says, “She is family-oriented, inherently smart, resourceful, and above all, endowed with a beautiful soul. She knows how to juggle the demands of her chosen career and raising a loving family—attributes which she has clearly shown as a brand endorser of Mega Prime.”
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