Do You Know a Courageous Survivor Mom? Nominate Her For a Day of Pampering

It’s the toughest job on the planet: being a Mom.

Carpools, practice schedules, doctor appointments, school projects, work and household duties – the “to-do” list for a mom is never ending. But the rewards are endless and measured in cuddles, smiles and kisses.

Now imagine juggling your day-to-day Mom duties and going through chemotherapy, recovering from surgery, waiting for the next test results.

For the second year, Komen Columbus would like to honor a courageous survivor mom who has survived or is currently battling breast cancer. Do you know a courageous survivor mom who deserves  to be treated like a Queen for a day?

We, along with the Westin Columbus, Cameron Mitchell Restaurants, Easton Town Center and Nails by Denise are teaming up to award one amazing woman with an overnight stay at the luxurious Westin Columbus in the heart of the Capital City, a delicious meal at a Cameron Mitchell restaurant of her choice, shopping at Easton Town Center with a $100 gift card and a relaxing manicure and pedicure from Denise Cramblit at Nails by Denise.

Do you know of a courageous survivor mom who deserves to a little R & R? Nominate that special woman and let us know why she’s YOUR inspiration. The nominating is a simple process:

Step 1: Go to Susan G. Komen Columbus Facebook page and “like” us.

Step 2: Email a 200 word (or less) essay describing why this breast cancer survivor mom is THE most courageous mom and in need of a pampering package. Send emails to mostcourageousmom@komencolumbus.org

  • Briefly share with us a little about your nominee – how long she has been a survivor, how many kids she has, how long she has been battling breast cancer or any other relevant information about why she should win this award.
  • Include name and contact information of the mom you are nominating and your own contact info (as the nominator)

We want to hear from you! Deadline for entering nominations is Monday, April 30. The winner will be announced in early May.

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