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Vote in the Essential Baby Product Awards for your chance to win a share of $2500
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Posted 02 October 2015 - 05:04 PM
We launched the inaugural Essential Baby Awards in 2014, and were thrilled by the 5000 votes for the best prams, cots and baby paraphenalia, helping us award 10 very deserving winners.
After listening to your feedback on the voting process, we've made some important changes to how the awards are run, giving our readers more control to share their opinions on their favourite baby products.
This year, we're giving you free reign to nominate any product you like. Quite simply, the product with the most votes in each category will win. It is completely up to you as mums and dads to share your faves with us. We'll then publish the winners and runners-up in each category, giving new parents a great guide to tried-and-tested products on the market today.
To sweeten the deal, there are $2500 worth of Visa Debit cards up for grabs for voters - that's a family holiday, or maybe a new pram.
To cast your vote and have the chance to win, just hop on over to our voting page.
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