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Jeweler Offers Mercedes with Purchase of $1M Diamond

It’s the “Holy Toledo!” offer.

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Jeweler Jeffrey Mann of Toledo, OH, is making an offer that he hopes will be just right for some “uber-luxury”-minded holiday shopper.

Jeffrey Mann Fine Jewelers has put together a package that includes a 16-carat, $1 million Forevermark round brilliant cut diamond and a 2017 Mercedes Benz S550 Cabriolet from Vin Devers AutoHaus of Sylvania, OH.

According to a press release: “It’s a $1.15 million value for a million, because when you buy the diamond, you get the car for free!”

This promotion is called the Holy Toledo! Ultimate Holiday Indulgence. The loose diamond is available to view at the jewelry store through Dec. 23.

“Toledo is completely misunderstood. It takes a lot of ribbing,” Mann said. “I want to make my hometown a destination for rare and exquisite luxury items because I believe Toledo is an incredible jewel, in and of itself.”

He also said he considers the offer “proof that a small businessman can still dream big and see that dream realized.”

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