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Why Is Your Mom The World's Greatest Mom?

Does your mom bake the most delicious cookies, does she have the best sense of humor, or does your mom always give without asking for anything in return?

Nominate your mom in the World's Greatest Mom Contest, brought to you by Mazzarese Jewelry and Studio Dan Meiners, for a chance to win a ladies watch with diamonds worth $1,200 and 12 months of beautiful seasonal floral arrangements!

Just complete the entry form found below starting April 22nd and tell us why your mom is the World's Greatest Mom in 200 words or less. We may even feature your submission on air.

One winner will be selected by random drawing from all eligible entries received.

GRAND PRIZE: One ladies MICHELE CSX 36 watch in stainless steel with diamonds on a berry alligator strap and flowers for a year (Total ARV: No more than $2,100).

NO PURCHASE NECESSARY. Starts on 4/22/13, ends on 5/11/13. Open to legal residents of Kansas or Missouri in the KSHB-TV viewing area who are at least 18 years old. Void where prohibited. Limit one entry person. See Official Rules for complete details.

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