This Jeweler Is Celebrating 40 Years With 40 Days of Giveaways
Continental Diamond in Minneapolis is awarding a total of $25,000 in prizes via daily sweepstakes.
The Minneapolis jeweler just launched a “40 Days of Giveaways” promotion, doling out prizes valued at a combined total of $25,000.
Starting Monday through Aug. 5, visitors to its website can enter a daily sweepstakes. The jeweler will award a prize every day for 40 days.
Prizes range from jewelry and watches to gift cards that can be used at other local small businesses.
The grand prize is an engagement ring and wedding band set valued at more than $8,000.
There is no purchase necessary to enter the sweepstakes. The rules and additional details are available on the Continental Diamond website.
“Since its inception, Continental Diamond has paved a new path in the Minnesota jewelry scene, offering an incredible selection of diamonds, engagement rings, fashion-forward jewelry, watches and gifts,” said the company.
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