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Jewelry Store Seeks Couple to Find Best Proposal Spots in US

They’ll embark on a series of all-expenses paid weekend jaunts across the country.

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A California-based jewelry retailer is seeking a couple to travel the U.S. scouting out the best spots for marriage proposals.

Robbins Bros. writes on its website that it “wants two love birds to share a series of all-expenses paid weekend jaunts cross country in pursuit of the perfect proposal places in the country.”

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The travels will cover six cities, with the couple spending 48 hours — Friday through Sunday — in each. Participants’ job will be to “find and document the most romantic locations to pop the question.”

Applications will be accepted from couples of all types from Jan. 22 through Feb. 14.

Ambassadors will be announced March 7.

Candidates must be active on social media, specifically Instagram, and they must be willing to be photographed, be videoed and do media interviews.

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Robbins Bros. has 15 locations in California, Texas, Washington and Arizona.

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