The Deadline Is Approaching for Stuller’s Bridal Design Competition
“March Bridal Madness” sees fans choose their favorite design on Facebook.
The jeweler is now accepting entries for its annual March Bridal Madness competition.
Participants can submit an image or a sketch of a custom engagement ring or wedding band that they have designed based on a modified Stuller style.
The deadline to submit is Friday, March 11.
Then, Stuller will post the submissions on its Facebook page, allowing the public to vote by liking and reacting to posts. Fans will cast their votes from March 14-28.
The three posts with the most likes and reactions will be announced on March 29.
A panel of experts at Stuller will pick the ultimate winner, announcing them on April 8.
The prize is a $1,000 Stuller account credit.
Stuller Public Relations and Social Media Manager Nichole Guillory said: “March Bridal Madness is one of our most popular social media contests to date. We think this is because it really gives jewelers a chance to show off their amazing bridal designs.”
Entries can be emailed to email@example.com.
Official contest rules are posted online.
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