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Lafonn’s Giving Away the Gaga in Las Vegas

It will giveaway two Lady Gaga concert tickets.

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(PRESS RELEASE) CYPRESS, CA — Lafonn, the jewelry brand known for luxury within reach, will celebrate its eighth anniversary at JCK with a giveaway of two Lady Gaga concert tickets and with the debut of its new Birthstone Cross Collection.

The coveted concert tickets will go to one lucky retailer, and the odds of winning are amongst the best in Las Vegas. To enter to win, retailers must complete an entry form (while supplies last) at Lafonn’s JCK booth 12131 (the Bridge) between May 31 – June 2. The winner will be selected by random drawing on June 2 at 2:00 PM.

In addition to the Lady Gaga tickets giveaway, Lafonn will present the latest arrival to its best-selling birthstone collection. New birthstone cross necklaces feature Lafonn’s exclusive simulated diamond, Lassaire, and lab-grown gemstones in the traditional color of each month. Retail prices are from $130.

Authorized Lafonn retailers may pre-order the collection at JCK Las Vegas, Booth #12131.

For more images or information for the Lady Gaga Concert Tickets Giveaway or the Birthstone Collection, please contact Lauren McCawley at [email protected] or visit www.lafonn.com

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