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  • Friday, 25 Oct 2013

Nestle is recruiting children with passion and interest for adventures in cooking, the arts and flying.

IF your child has a passion for adventure, a love for crayons and art, or simply adores food, we want to know! Nestlé NAN Grow 3 is looking for little ones to be part of the Nestlé NAN Grow 3 Super Kids recruitment drive.

For the first time, mums and dads with children aged between three and six years of age have the opportunity to submit their child’s application online to stand a chance to secure one of six coveted prizes and win super experiences for your child.

Nestlé NAN Grow 3 Super Kids contest gives the lucky winners the opportunity to go out and experience first-hand what it’s like to land one of the coolest experiences in the world. The contest has three openings for six adventures.

Current openings are for:


For those moms and dads with children who can’t stay out of the kitchen, get their taste buds ready for an exciting cookout session with a Wondermama chef. Have fun shopping for ingredients and preparing a variety of yummy dishes.


For children with an artistic flair, they can unleash their creativity and join renowned artist Ernest Zacharevic while he shares tips and supports them on creating their own artistic masterpiece. 


Nestlé has also teamed up with Firefly Airlines to give your child a chance to experience a real-life pilot briefing session and aircraft tour.

If your child enjoys an adventure, has a passion for art or loves helping mom in the kitchen, log onto and click on the NAN Grow 3 Super Kids icon now to register your child for one of these openings. 

You have till Nov 15 to submit your applications.

Good Luck!

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