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Jewelry Contest On Facebook


Grand Prize of 1 ct Diamond Engagement Ring

Garden City, N.Y.—Web jewelry retailer Since1910.com has launched “100 Pieces of Tacori Jewelry Giveaway,” giving away 100 pieces of Tacori jewelry over 100 days to honor the businesses’ centennial anniversary.

The entry rules are simple: become a fan of Since1910.com on Facebook by clicking the “Like” button on its homepage.

The first winner will be chosen at random on May 1, with additional daily winner chosen for 100 consecutive days until Aug. 1, when the grand prize winner and four runner-ups will be announced.

The grand prize winner will receive a 1-carat diamond Tacori engagement ring, valued at $7,500. Four second prize winners will win a Tacori fashion necklace, valued at $1,500, and 95 third place winners will be awarded a pair of Tacori “Jellybean” earring, valued at $125.

Second Prize of Taconi Fashion Necklace Valued At $1,500

The fan page had 236 followers on Feb. 1 and more than 4,822 followers as of March 7.

Since1910.com, originally named H. L. Gross & Bro. Jewelers is a fifth-generation couture retail jewelry business established in Brooklyn in 1910. The company, now located on Long Island, has sold over 35,000 engagement rings and is an authorized dealer of bridal designers.

95 Prizes For JellyBean Earrings Valued At $125

Winners will be announced via the Since1910.com blog. For a full list of contest rules, visit the www.since1910.com

Ref : http://www.nationaljeweler.com, www.since1910.com

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