three crowns marks world milk day with voice of the heart campaignThree Crowns, Nigeria’s leading low cholesterol and heart-friendly milk, has unveiled its  plans for the 2020 edition of the World Milk Day.

This year, Three Crowns is highlighting the vital contributions of dairy nutrition to the food value chain.

The World Milk Day is an annual celebration initiated in 2001 by the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO).

It is often held on June 1 to show the importance of milk as a global food.

It encourages milk and dairy consumption, as part of a daily diet.

Voice Of The Heart

Speaking about the brand’s participation in the celebration, Three Crowns Marketing Manager, Omolara Banjoko, told FabmumNG that Three Crowns played important roles in the lives of mums and the value chain.

She highlighted that the company would embark on a holistic campaign message tagged “Voices of the heart.”

The campaign kicks off this week and will climax on June 1.

The campaign is in line with the brand’s pay off, “Healthy Mums, Happy Families.”

In her words: “Through this campaign, we will elevate the brand’s “Care for your heart” story.

“We will dial up the functional benefits of Three Crowns milk, showcasing the different things a healthy heart does.

“Every time the heart beats, it speaks.

“Its language is so unique that only very few can hear and interpret it.

“Luckily, Three Crowns milk is one of the few that understand and can interpret well the language of the heart.”

According to the Marketing Manager, through this unique campaign, Three Crowns milk will be caring for the hearts of mums.

It would also use the World Milk Day 2020 celebration to translate this message and bring it to the forefront for everyone to hear.

Three Crowns Series Of Consumer Engagement

The campaign kicked off on May 24 with a teaser by the brand to demonstrate what a healthy heart can do when nourished and properly cared for.

This would be followed by series of consumer engagements.

Mums will be asked to record and upload 30-second voice notes to their loved ones with a pledge to stay healthy for them with Three Crowns milk and post on the brand’s website

Mums can also send their voice notes through WhatsApp to 08036847790 with their full names.

There will be other interactive online quizzes on On this website, mums will be asked to plan a breakfast meal. Upon completion, the brand will reveal what type of mums they are, based on their responses.

Across select stores, starting from May 29 till World Milk Day June 1, any shopper that buys at least N5,000 worth of Three Crowns milk gets free milk up to N2,500 and N5,000.

This will be available in Lagos and Ibadan stores respectively.

“We would also extend this gesture to select online shopping platforms.

“On June 1, 2020 the brand will give out free milk worth N400 to the first 2,000 consumers that buy at least N2,000 worth of Three Crowns milk products on Jumia, Konga or Habari websites.”

This is yet another exciting campaign from Three Crowns milk. It is organised to make this year’s World Milk Day celebration memorable for all its consumers.

Three Crowns milk is a leading Nigerian brand from the stable of FrieslandCampina WAMCO. It is Nigeria’s largest dairy company for over 60 years.

The Company believes that milk is an essential nutrient for every individual.

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As Nigeria’s leading low cholesterol milk brand, Three Crowns has nourished mothers and their families for more than 30 years. The milk contains essential vitamins and minerals that support their well-being.

Three Crowns is the first milk brand to show care for mothers and acknowledge the important role they play in the family.

The brand recognises that when mothers, as primary care givers, are themselves taken care of, this directly and positively impacts the care they give to their families.

The brand has thus given itself the patriotic task of encouraging women to eat and live healthy, thereby making the family happy.