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Mother’s Day

Mother’s Day is Sunday, May 12th. We’re all biased when it comes to the “Best Mom” award, but Rover dug up the top 3 most famous mothers!

Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis

Jackie O was First Lady of President John F. Kennedy. She was the mother of four including John F. Kennedy Jr. and Caroline Kennedy. Jackie O was known for her style, elegance, and grace. As a fashion icon, she is remembered as a lasting image of the 1960s.

Judy Garland

Judy Garland was a singer, actress, and was adored by audiences for her role as Dorothy in The Wizard of Oz. She is the mother of performer, Liza Minnelli. Judy died at the young age of 47.

Goldie Hawn

Goldie Hawn was born in 1945 and is known as an actress, film director, and producer. She received an Academy Award in 1969. Goldie is mother to Kate Hudson, who is also an award-winning actress. These two have been featured in advertisements together because of their close mother-daughter relationship.

Celebrate your mother or mother figure this Sunday! Check RoverTown for some special discounts to throw you a bone this Mother’s Day.

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RoverTown would like to congratulate all of our friends who are walking across the big stage and earning that degree. It’s an exciting time for everyone who is moving on or continuing with their education. With the semester ending, Rover dug up these tips to make sure you have the smoothest moving experience possible.

Start early by packing up belongings you use less frequently. If you find that you don’t use items at all, donate them or throw them away. A rule of thumb for clothing: If you haven’t worn it in the past year, you are OK to donate it.

Have a walk through with your landlord a few days before you give up your keys. This will give you a chance to know what’s expected of you when you actually do move out. If you can fix holes in the walls or replace light bulbs, do it! Your landlord will try to deduct as much as possible from your security deposit.

Take care of your utilities. Make an appointment to have the electric, water, cable, etc. either turned off or forwarded to a new address.

Good luck! Hope these tips provide you with a smooth transition.

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