Congratulations to the 4 Winners of our March 2014 Competition
We really wanted to know how our lovely community of mums and mums to be found out about Queen Bee and so posted the question on our blog. A big thanks to everyone who entered and posted a comment in our March 2014 competition here
It was hard to choose with over 380 entries but a big congratulations to the 4 winning entries below:
Ashlee Lambert | Thursday, 6 March 2014
Coming from a large family our gatherings would always be so busy. I was the cousin on the floor crawling around with the new babies in the family. I would over hear all my aunties and cousin comment on each others clothes, "Oh yes I got it from Queen Bee" And then a few months later I find out I'm expecting so I bought a few magazines and before I know it, I'm shopping on Queen Bee!
Alexandra | Tuesday, 4 March 2014
I started a new job, just over a year ago now, replacing a lady that was leaving to have a baby. I got her desk and inherited various bits and pieces, including a pack of QueenBee post-it Notes!! Having emigrated from the UK (where I had my first child) it was a great find - knowing where to buy maternity clothes and accessories in Australia x
Pamela | Tuesday, 25 February 2014
I discovered Queen Bee through one of my good friends - she was wearing a lovely dress one day and when I asked her where she got it from, she said Queen Bee. Since then, I have also bought some dresses online from Queen Bee. My friends that are mums-to-be/nursing mums always comment how nice they are and ask where I purchased them from...and so word of mouth continues!
Amy | Tuesday, 25 February 2014
Google knows everything!
Congratulations to Ashlee, Alexandra, Pamela and Amy - your vouchers will be emailed to you directly. And we couldn't agree with Amy more - Google does know everything!!
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