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Video: Most Deserving Moms contest launches

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    >>> who is the best deserving mom? we are launching that contest. responsibleorsed by expedia. the most deserving mom will win a vacation and sail anywhere in the world on a norwegian cruise line of her choice.

    >> europe, alaska, bermuda, hawaii.

    >> write an eisai.

    >>> the good part is even if you don't have anyone around you who thinks you're terrific --

    >> you can write it yourself. until tuesday, april 30th . two finalists, and then we'll reveal the one who wins on may 9th .

    >> that's great. that's great.

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updated 4/14/2013 9:34:15 PM ET 2013-04-15T01:34:15

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