First, let me start off by saying that you don’t really need a breastpump to successfully breastfeed. In a previous post, I shared the experiences of several breastfeeding moms who were able to express milk for their babies without using a breastpump. That said, I am a breastpump user and I do know how expensive breastpumps can be. This is why I would like to share this email I received from the MedelaMoms of The Medela House about the price drop of the Freestyle Pump from P28,000 to P20,000 until
15 31 October 2010!
During the most recent visit of the Asia Pacific Sales Director of Medela Switzerland last Sept. 6, he also approved another pricing experiment that we need your support on. From Sept.15 to Oct.15, the Freestyle will be on sale at P20,000 (vs. P28,000). Please spread the word. If we also reach a certain volume sold during this time period, we will appeal for another permanent price rollback on this latest innovation from Medela!
Meanwhile, their PISA Pump is now permanently priced at P19,000.00 from P28,700, three years ago.
We would also like to share with you that, due to the successful PISA Warehouse Sale last August, our principal (Medela Switzerland) has approved a permanent price rollback!!! 🙂 We did it, mommies!!! Thank you for your support!!! The regular price of our Pump In Style Advanced is now down to P19,000 from P28,700 3 years ago!!! That’s a HUGE jump that we, MedelaMoms Inc, have perseveringly lobbied and worked for so that more Filipino moms can benefit from the wonders of Medela products 🙂 Without the support of our loyal customers, we wouldn’t be able to make this happen. We will continuously work on our services and loyalty program for our pump customers as our “thank you” for the belief and trust given to us. We are honored (as breastfeeding mommies ourselves) to represent the Filipino mom’s needs to the #1 breastfeeding company in the world – Medela.
If you mention to Maricel or Beng that you got the information about the price drop from this blog, you will get a loot bag filled with Cycles and Cradle samplers, QuickClean Microsteam Bag and 30 bra pads.
Aside from being staunch breastfeeding advocates, MedelaMoms Maricel and Beng are also work at home moms. This is why it is best to call for an appointment before dropping by The Medela House.
The Medela House is a breastfeeding center, showroom, and office. It is not a retail store. Therefore, bear with us if we are strict on not entertaining “walk-ins”. We are hands-on with our children and in a way, breastfeeding and Medela are like “children” to us. MedelaMoms would like to entertain each one of you personally.
Breastfeeding classes organized by The Breastfeeding Club are also regularly held at The Medela House. Upcoming schedule during the ‘ber months include Breastfeeding 2020 on 23 October 2010 at 9am and Breastfeeding 303 on 27 November 2001, also at 9am. To register, text 09175614366. The fee is P500 for 3 classes.
Aside from breastfeeding classes, yaya training seminars were also previously held at The Medela House. Due to the success of their first 2 seminars and the requests of the southern moms, MedelaMoms decided to bring their seminar to BF Homes Paranaque! Program outline of the seminar is below. For further inquiries, conduct The Medela House directly at 0917-5614366 or 725-3723 or 738-6272 or 964-7331.