Glad U Came launches #KabHaiMothersDay Campaign to Celebrate Moms Across India

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India 2024:

This Mother’s Day, Glad U Came, an award-winning PR and Influencer Marketing Agency, is proud to launch the heartwarming #KabHaiMothersDay campaign. This initiative aims to spark conversations and heighten awareness about Mother’s Day, reminding everyone to cherish and appreciate the incredible women who raised them.

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The#KabHaiMothersDay campaign centers around a heartwarming video that will be released on both Instagram and YouTube. This emotionally charged video will capture the essence of motherhood and the importance of celebrating mothers. The campaign leverages the emotional connection people have with video content to spread its message and inspire action.

In a fast-paced world filled with hustle and bustle, it’s easy to overlook the quiet, steadfast love that our mothers provide. They are the unsung heroes who sacrifice so much to ensure our happiness and well-being. As Glad U Came, embarks on the #KabHaiMothersDay campaign, let’s take a moment to reflect on the countless ways our mothers have shaped our lives with their unconditional love and unwavering support.

Glad U Came anticipates the #KabHaiMothersDay campaign to create a significant nationwide impact. Together, let’s make every day feel like Mother’s Day by showing our appreciation in both: big gestures and small acts of kindness. After all, our mothers deserve to be celebrated not just on one day, but every day! Let’s make every moment count. By sharing the video and using the hashtag, people will be encouraged to express their gratitude and love for their mothers in a personal way.

“We believe this campaign will not only raise awareness about Mother’s Day but also inspire heartfelt gestures of appreciation,” says Maddie Amrutkar Founder & CEO at Glad U Came. “Ultimately, we hope to make #KabHaiMothersDay a national movement, ensuring everyone takes the time to celebrate the incredible women who shaped who we are today.”