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Mother's Day Contest 2017

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Join us this Mother's Day in celebrating all the beautiful moms around the globe!

Whether you're here with us in Manuel Antonio or enjoying a cup of Café Milagro from the comfort of your home or office, take a moment to share a photo or video to one of our social media channels before midnight on May 15th and you could be the lucky winner of a Café Milagro surprise!

Ways to enter your photo or video for submission:

Instagram: Share a photo or video with hashtag #milagromom or simply tag @cafemilagro in your post.

Facebook: Post your photo directly to our Facebook page here.

Twitter: Tweet your photo with hashtag #milagromom or tag @cafemilagro to enter.

Winner will be announced on May 16, 2017.

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