Win a Gift for Dad this Father’s Day!
Entering is as easy as 1-2-3.
1. Visit the Limegrove Lifestyle Centre Facebook page
2. Like the #Limegrovedads Father’s Day image
3. Comment on the #Limegrovedads Father’s Day image sharing one of your favourite Dad moments including the hashtag #Limegrovedads
The contest winner enjoys
A special gift from Hugo Boss
No purchase necessary. Contest runs Tuesday, June 16 – Saturday, June 20, 2015.
The winner will be announced Monday, June 22, 2015.
The #Limegrovedads Father’s Day contest begins Tuesday, June 16, 2015 at 8:00 am
Barbados Time and ends on Saturday, June 20, 2015 at 12:00 pm Barbados Time.
To enter the contest, visit the Limegrove Lifestyle Centre Facebook page, like the #Limegrovedads Father’s Day image, Comment on the #Limegrovedads Father’s Day image sharing one of your favourite Dad moments including the hashtag #Limegrovedads .
This competition is in no way sponsored, endorsed or administered by, or associated with, Facebook.
The winner will be chosen randomly upon completion of the contest.
Your entry may be disqualified or rejected as ineligible for consideration in the contest at the
discretion of Limegrove Park Limited or its representatives.
My Favourite Dad Moment:
Favourite Father & Sons Moment: Every morning, my sons, Saman & Zai, jump into my bed and wake me up with kisses. It is my favourite time of day and a daily reminder of why I am so happy to be a Dad.
Family time at Limegrove: Their ultimate day involves the cinema, ice-cream and Lemongrass!
Favourite Father & Daughter Moment: There are so many but a stand out moment occurred in February when she was crawling towards me. She pulled herself up, walked a little and then went back down again. Since then she has been steadily walking all over the place but I will never forget those first steps.
Family time at Limegrove: I will definitely be bringing her to the next Limegrove Kids Fun Day.
Favourite Father & Son Moment: I have two boys and they each make me proud Cevonte, my eldest, became Head Boy of Mount Tabor Primary School. His responsibility and dedication continue to impress me as a father as I watch him become a young man.
Caleb, the youngest, recently won an award for Sign Language. My aunt lost her hearing and as a result, my father learnt how to sign. I love watching Caleb using signing to communicate with his grandfather, especially at such a young age.
Family time at Limegrove: We all love 3D movies!