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Jeweler’s Christmas Refunds Could Reach $500,000

The business ran a holiday ‘snow promotion.’

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An Idaho jeweler that held a “snow promotion” might end up refunding $500,000 in holiday sales, KTVB-TV reports.

Clark’s Diamond Jewelers in Couer D’Alene, ID, promised that if it snowed 3 inches or more on Jan. 11, it would refund purchases made between Nov. 22 and Dec. 31. Those purchases amounted to about $500,000, according to the store.

On Saturday, the store posted on Facebook: “Our local climatologist Cliff Harris is reporting 3.3 inches of snow since the start of our promo last night, with even more snow to come on the way tonight!! While we are awaiting official verification from Weather Command, it looks like we may have hit our goal folks!”

The store noted: “All payouts will be subject to insurance company verification and approval of promotion.”

Clark’s hosts the snow promotion every year.

Read more at the KTVB-TV

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