Mother’s Day marks a very special day to honor the woman who raised you. The woman who was there throughout every step of your life from your first breath, to all the school functions, and maybe even as you raise your own kids. She was there to support you throughout every minor inconvenience, heartache, and life changing decision in between. In other words, we wouldn’t be the people we are today without the influence of our mothers.
We want to take the time to recognize all the mothers and tell you thank you from the bottom of our heart. We hope your Mother’s Day gives you the pampering you deserve!
This year we are having a Mother’s Day Giveaway. Here’s everything you need to know:
We are giving away a brand new Hobo leather purse and a pair of earrings!
- First things first- find our Mother’s Day Giveaway post on our Facebook page
- Make sure you like the post
- Be sure to tag your mother (or another great mom) in the comments on the post
- For additional entries, complete the email subscription sign up below. This will get you the inside scoop on all things EEO!
We are making Mother’s day gift giving easy! Check out our pre-wrapped gifts she will love (almost as much as you)!
- Corkcicle 16 oz Mug + (2) Socksmith Socks (Retail $39.95)
- Corkcicle 12 oz Stemless + (2) Socksmith Socks (Retail $34.95)
- Golden Stella Earring, Necklace, Bracelet Set (Retail $34.95)
- Erimish 4-Pack Bracelet Set (Retail $24.00)
- Naked Bee Lotion, Lip Balm, & Body Butter Set (Retail $9.95)
These gifts are now available exclusively in-store! Mother’s Day is Sunday, May 9.
For more information and terms of our giveaways that no one reads, you can find it here. No purchase is necessary. Odds of winning depend upon the number of participant entries.
Eagle Eye Outfitters is a family run small business specializing in radical customer service for shoppers. You can find everything for all of your outdoor and fashion apparel, accessories, and footwear needs. With hundreds of brands to choose from, EEO has it all! Shop now or visit us in-store in Dothan, Alabama.