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Like most boys, our energetic little imp has a thing for vehicles. Vehicles of all shapes and sizes! From those mini Tomica ones to huge motorised ones. Our house is filled with vehicles of all types and all sizes.

Not too long ago, J will always insist on having his haircut at QB House at VivoCity because he knows we will let him take a spin on those paid motorised rides near the playground.


There are times when we are so tempted to get one for him, but if you look around at local toy shops, they can be very costly. Some can go up to about $400, so that's why for a long time we willingly pay for him to have his 10min of fun at these play places. 

Good news now is... for kiddos who are like J who loves zooming around on these motorised ride can now own one courtesy of Friso! 



To promote emotional wellness and inner strength in kids, Friso continues to encourage parents bond with their children through fun activities. Of course not forgetting the daily nutrition they need to grow strong and healthy. I think that's what all parents hope to see in their kids, to be healthy and happy. #stronginside

Hence, I am always impressed at how Friso tries to incoporate this philosophy of health and play into how they reward their customers. The last time it was an indoor playground. Now, they encourage play outdoors with this fun Friso Powered Ride On Car.



Taking J out for his car rides is certainly fun. Looking at how he tries to keep within the narrow pavement, and not go onto the grass makes us laugh so hard. Even if it's just spending 15 min at the neighbourhood, we definitely felt happy in each other's company. 

So, I do encourage all parents to spend time playing with your children. We are huge advocates of play, all kinds. I know in today's day and age where we are all time poor, and in a society where academic achievements seem more important, it is hard for parents to find time for play. But, the kids are only kids once. Play will definitely make all kids more apt at learning more. 



So how can you get hold of this cool ride? 

Mechanics: 
From April 1 to 31 May, customers can redeem a Friso Powered Ride On Car worth $369 when they spend $380 on Friso products* at NTUC FairPrice, Cold Storage, Market Place, Giant, and Guardian.

The Friso Powered Ride On Car is suitable for indoor and outdoor play**, and is available in red and blue. *Friso products included in this promotion are Frisomum, Friso Gold Cereal, and Friso Gold 2, 3, and 4. Not included is infant formula for babies aged 0-6 months. 

**Not suitable on loose dirt, gravel or wet areas that can affect the engine and moving parts Customers can redeem their Friso Powered Ride On Car immediately with their original receipts and completed entry form at:

Global Opus Solutions Redemption Centre Blk 265 Serangoon Central Drive #02-275 Singapore 550265 Redemption Dates: 1 April to 10 June 2016.

Operating Hours: Tues -Sat, 11am-1pm, 2pm-6pm. (Closed on public holidays.) *This promotion is valid while stocks last. To avoid disappointment, customers should call the Global Opus Redemptio n Centre at 6282- 1555 to find out if there are Friso Powered Ride On Cars available for redemption, before heading down.

More information can be found here:  http://bit.ly/1oEGl8Q 

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