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ArtCarved Launches Matchmaker Contest, Establishes Official “National Matchmaker Day” on Social Media

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NEW YORK CITY – ArtCarved, a designer of engagement rings and wedding bands, will launch the “National Matchmaker” contest on Facebook and Instagram this month. The contest asks participants to share how they met their significant other and who or what is responsible for the match.

“Who doesn’t have a nosy hairdresser, an over- involved mother or a relentless best friend that has that perfect someone for you, someone that you just have to meet,” says Roxanne Rabasco, director of integrated marketing and communications at Frederick Goldman Inc. “ArtCarved wants to recognize and applaud these eternal romantics that are always looking to give destiny a helping hand.”

Andi Dorfman, a contestant on the 18th season of “The Bachelor” and the star of the 10th season of “The Bachelorette,” is helping to support the contest and establish ArtCarved’s “National Matchmaker Day” on Aug. 31 as an official social media holiday. She will be posting content on both her Instagram and Facebook pages encouraging followers to participate and also sharing her own personal experiences. “We couldn’t think of a more perfect person to partner with than Andi. She’s very relatable, likable and is someone you always find yourself rooting for,” adds Rabasco.

The contest will run through Aug. 31 when the person with the best matchmaking story will be awarded a custom adventure/experience (valued at $4,000) that matches their personality and interests on #NationalMatchMakerDay.

ArtCarved is also asking to hear about the epic failed attempts from fans who haven’t yet met their perfect mate. The best disaster story will be awarded a one-year subscription to Match.com – because ArtCarved wants everyone to find their perfect match.

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For more information on ArtCarved, visit artcarvedbridal.com.

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