MUMS OF CHILDREN UNDER 12 YEARS OLD….HASBRO WANT YOU!!!

For all of my childhood, I’ve grown up with Hasbro being a brand we love and trust to provide family entertainment. Whether it be games or toys they are a leader in the entertainment industry and now they want you!

Mums of our community, have you got children aged 12 or younger? Hasbro has created a private online community to serve as advisors to their brand.

Hasbro knows the products they create not only inspire your children and encourage imagination, play and creativity but also help them to develop their learning too. With this in mind, they are relying on this special group of Mum advisors (I’m going to call them Mumvisors because you know blending words is so twee right know, Brexit, vlog, brunch, you know?!). They’re looking for Mumvisors to help them gain a greater understanding of the lifestyle and needs of their consumers as it relates back to their children’s entertainment, and is opening up this invitation to you.

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As a member, you’ll be part of an exclusive group that provides Hasbro with feedback and perspective on games, toys and entertainment as well as what inspires your child’s creative spirit when it comes to the products you purchase. You’ll also get to interact with other Mums of children 0-12 years old to share stories, similarities and advise along the way. You’ll be able to have your say in the next generation of Hasbro entertainment.

Benefits for Hasbro Family HotSpot Members include:
Rewards: Monthly $10 Amazon gift codes for your participation
Impact: Help inspire what comes next for a leading brand in the industry
Connect: Make connection with other Mums living the same life experiences as you

If you are a mum and interested in joining then don’t miss out on your chance to advise a brand which you care about, whilst being rewarded. This is an exclusive UK-based group they are looking for.

See if you qualify today as spots are filling up quickly. APPLY HERE

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