Ben Bridge Jeweler Kicks Off $100,000 Wedding of the Century Sweepstakes
Ben Bridge Jeweler announced the kickoff of its $100,000 Wedding of the Century contest. Co-sponsored by Tag Heuer, Ikuma Diamonds and Hawaiian Airlines, the Wedding of the Century Grand Prize package will make one lucky couple's dream wedding a reality. Couples may enter the sweepstakes before April 15 by visiting www.facebook.com/BenBridgeJewelerand clicking on the Wedding of the Century Sweepstakes application. The Grand Prize winner will be randomly selected from all eligible entries and will receive:
- More than $30,000 in jewelry, including a spectacular two carat Ikumadiamond engagement ring
- Cash prize to plan a dream wedding
- Tropical Hawaiian honeymoon
- Art Carved men's wedding band
- Mikimoto pearl earring studs
- Tag Heuer His & Hers watches
In addition to the grand prize winner, 100 finalists will receive prizes of fine jewelry, while 2,500 weekly winners will take home $25.00 Ben Bridge gift cards.
"This contest helps celebrate thousands of love stories, as well Ben Bridge's commitment to offering the finest jewelry and personal service to its communities for over 100 years," said Lisa Bridge, vice president of Education, Ben Bridge. "We are thrilled to work with our partners to bring this contest back to the community for a second time."
No purchase is necessary to enter the Sweepstakes. For full official rules and to enter, please visit https://www.facebook.com/BenBridgeJeweler#!/BenBridgeJeweler/app_362656763841878.
For more information about hot trends in engagement jewelry this Valentine's Day season, please visit http://www.benbridge.com/news/hot-valentines-day-trends.
About Ben Bridge
Ben Bridge Jeweler (www.benbridge.com) was founded in Seattle, Washington in 1912 on a simple promise: to offer the finest jewelry, best selection, and friendly, knowledgeable service. Family-run for five generations, Ben Bridge operates more than 75 retail stores in 11 states including Alaska, Arizona, California, Colorado, Hawaii, Minnesota, Nevada, New Mexico, Oregon, Texas, and Washington. In 2012, the American Gem Society awarded the Bridge family with a Lifetime Achievement Award in Honor of their significant contributions to the jewelry industry.
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