Being a stay-at-home mom, when I’m not doing my motherly duties I’m blogging. Even though I’m nestled here in Florida when surfing the internet, I read the most heart-warming story and had to share it with you. Children are very inquisitive, and being a mother myself I think it’s really important to encourage that. When Noah askes me questions or wants to do something new, I always try to do my best so he can gain experience and understand.
That’s why I think it was fantastic for ScS, a leading sofa company, to award 10-year-old Amelia Howarth with a day behind the scenes watching how they make their TV ads. This little girl wrote to the head office about how much she loved the ScS adverts and how she’d act them out in front of her friends and family, so cute. From all the emails they must have received, I think it’s fantastic that the marketing manager, Lindsey Duncton, recognised this young girl’s enthusiasm, and said: “We were delighted to read Amelia’s e-mail and to hear how much she loved our ads.”
Amelia, her brother William and their mom Emma, went to their nearest branch in Portrack Lane, Stockton, where they not only got to see behind the scenes, but Amelia even met the star of the ads, Victoria. I think this is a great way to encourage young children to get involved and be more creative.
The little girl was ecstatic! She said: “I was really excited to visit the ScS store and meet Victoria from the ads. The whole day was really fantastic and I enjoyed meeting the nice people from ScS. I have shown all my friends the signed script I was given by Victoria and told them all about it. It really is the best day of my holidays and I can’t wait to see the new ads on the TV.”
Emma Howarth, Amelia’s mom, added: “I’m very thankful to ScS, they really did make my 10-year-old daughter’s day.” Her mom must have been so proud of her, I know I would be of Noah.
If you’d like to read more about this story or flick through their wide range of home ware, visit ScS at www.scs.co.uk