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Have You Seen the Ring is hosting a Valentine's Day Contest in which contestants post their engagement ring photos on Facebook. The photos that get the most likes will be the winners to be announced on February 14th.
St. Louis, MO (PRWEB) February 10, 2014
Love is in the air this month, and Have You Seen the Ring is celebrating with a Valentine's Day contest: the "Show Me The Ring" Contest. Starting January 31st, contestants can post photos of their engagement rings on the company's Facebook page. The goal is to get as many Facebook 'likes' as possible on your photo the two pictures with the most likes will win the 1st and 2nd place prizes. Winners will be announced on February 14th, Valentine's Day.
Have You Seen the Ring, an online marketplace where users can buy and sell pre-owned diamonds and engagement rings, is giving away a $200 VISA gift card as the 1st place prize. The 2nd place prize is a flip video camera. Contestants simply need to like the page on Facebook, upload a photo, and rally their friends to start voting. There's still plenty of time to enter.
"Valentine's Day is our favorite time of year," says Phil Johnson, Founder of HYSTR. "Engagement rings represent love and commitment, and that's what Valentine's Day and Have You Seen the Ring are all about." Since all the contestants are likely in the stages of planning their weddings, winning these prizes can help make their days all the more special.
About Have You Seen the Ring:
Established in 2010, St. Louis-based Have You Seen the Ring is the safest marketplace for selling pre-owned engagement rings and loose diamonds. The company connects independent buyers with independent sellers of pre-owned jewelry in a safe, trusted environment.
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