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Preferred Jewelers International Network Presents Jewelry Spa Weekend

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Preferred Jewelers International, the network of retail jewelers that offers a lifetime, nationwide warranty program and experiences that last a lifetime, is promoting Jewelry Spa Weekend throughout its organization, Sept. 22-24.

During the event, consumers are invited to come into a participating Preferred Jewelers Retail stores with up to five pieces of jewelry for complimentary cleaning and checking.

Consumers who participate are encouraged to take photographs of their pieces and post on Instagram with the hashtag of the store they visited, as well as the tags, #wearepreferred and #preferredspaday.

Tagged photos will be automatically entered for a chance to win a Preferred 105 round diamond halo pendant worth a $5,000 retail value.

Jewelry Spa Day is designed to promote awareness of the Preferred Jewelers International brand, as well as to help participating retailers increase their individual store following on social media feeds.

To date, more than 150 Preferred Jewelers International retail store members have signed up to participate in the event.

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For more information on the Preferred Jewelers International Jewelry Spa Day event, or the Preferred Jewelers International Network, visit the Preferred Jewelers International website at www.preferredjewelersinternational.com or email [email protected]

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