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Jewelers Mutual Group Sponsors Championship Ring Sweepstakes with Milwaukee Bucks

Sweepstakes includes chance to win your own championship ring.

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Jewelers Mutual Group Sponsors Championship Ring Sweepstakes with Milwaukee Bucks

(PRESS RELEASE) NEENAH, WI — Jewelers Mutual Group continues its collaboration with 2021 Champions, the Milwaukee Bucks in a sweepstakes offering fans a once in a lifetime chance to win an authentic Bucks Championship Ring.

The limited-edition ring, commemorating the 2021 championship season, is the closest you can get to wearing what the players have. Custom-made from renowned jeweler Jason of Beverly Hills, the ring will boast 138 brilliant white diamonds and design elements that are undeniably Milwaukee. Only 105 pieces are being produced to commemorate the Bucks final score in Game 6.

“We are thrilled to continue as the Official Jewelry Insurance of the Milwaukee Bucks,” said Mike Alexander, Jewelers Mutual’s executive vice president. “We know that jewelry often ties to major milestones in people’s lives. Any Bucks fan can tell you exactly where they were during that incredible Finals series. Now they have a chance to own all that emotion and history in a very special jewelry piece.”

The sweepstakes begins on March 1st and will run through March 29th and is open only to legal residents of Wisconsin. Entries can be made by clicking here.

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