PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad and Tobago, May 4, 2015 /PRNewswire/ – Forget the flowers, this year only Courts has what mom really wants for Mother’s Day!
The “Make Mom’s Day” sale is going on now and will run through May 16, 2015. The promotion features hot deals, sparkling prizes, and even a Facebook game!
The sale includes the current monthly appliance offers (through May 9, 2015) meaning that customers still have the opportunity to win a trip for two to Paris, France as well as up to $32,000 in prizes from Mabe.
Courts is also excited to launch an online video game! The game, “Make Mom’s Day”, launches on April 27th– and runs through May 9, 2015 and is open to all players with no purchase necessary. The game, available on the Courts Facebook page and Android devices, allows players to match gems and earn points. The player earning the top score during the contest will win two (2) Caribbean Airlines tickets to any Caribbean destination. The 2nd place winner receives a Samsung S6 cell phone. The player coming in 3rd place will win a Vivitar digital camera.
All customers making purchases of $99 or more will be entered into a drawing to win their share of $30,000 in jewelry from Kaur Collections. There will be 22 winners total, one from each Courts store as well as one shopcourts.com customer.
Three lucky customers will win their choice of a 2 piece sectional or accent chair following the purchase of any Woodhouse product.
The promotion also offers a host of promotional gifts with purchase offers including free Ashley furniture and mattresses, rugs, end tables, HD televisions, massage bars, home fitness equipment, cell phone chargers, and iPad cases.
Courts will also extend special financing offers during the “Make Mom’s Day” sale. The offer features nothing down and no further payments for 90 days.
Courts has been serving the people of the Caribbean with quality affordable furniture and appliances since 1959. With 93 stores on eleven different islands, Courts strives to be a household name in the appliance industry that can be trusted for generations to come. The company also takes their responsibility to the communities they serve very seriously. From helping fund tutors for children with reading difficulties due to dyslexia to providing vision screenings to mentally challenged adults, the Courts attention to social responsibility is a building block of the organization. In the past 5 decades thousands of lives have been touched through their sponsorship of education, sport, and health. To learn more about Courts please visit www.shopcourts.com/trinidadandtobago/