IASO wishes all the best to all the women!

IASO wishes all the best to all the women!

IASO wishes all the best to all the women!

 

We at IASO are standing by women every day that goes by.

That’s why we have one more reason to celebrate.

 

IASO is celebrating alongside all women, giving away €150 vouchers to 30 lucky winners!

On the occasion of the International Women’s Day on 08/03/2020, IASO is running a contest on Facebook and Instagram, offering 30 €150 gift vouchers to be used for any services available through IASO and IASO Children’s Hospital.

To enter the contest, visit our profile on Facebook (www.facebook.com/omilosiaso) or Instagram (www.instagram.com/omilosiaso), write what the word “woman” means to you and mention a friend in the comments to the relevant post.

The winners will be announced on 31/03/2020. Out of the 30 winners, 15 will be chosen from Facebook and 15 from Instagram. The gift vouchers will be able to redeemed up until 31/08/2020.

 

Read the official contest rules: http://bit.ly/womensdayIASO

 

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