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Stuller Now Accepting Bridal Designs for Annual Competition

March Bridal Madness competition returns for the eighth year.

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(PRESS RELEASE) Stuller Inc. is now accepting designs for its eighth annual March Bridal Madness competition, a bridal jewelry design contest hosted on the company’s Facebook page.

Jewelers can enter any engagement ring or wedding band they have created either for a customer or for their showcase. Once the entry is submitted, the designs will be put on Stuller’s Facebook page, which is where the first round of voting begins. The top three designs with the most likes/reactions will then move on to the final round of judging, which is done by a panel of experts at Stuller. The grand prize winner will receive a $1,000 Stuller account credit.

“This competition gives our customers a chance to showcase their bridal designs to their customers, as well as their peers,” says Nichole Guillory, public relations and social media manager. “Every year, this competition has grown bigger and bigger, and the designs are always remarkable.”

Important dates for the competition

  • From March 1 to March 15, email [email protected] a picture of your best engagement ring or wedding band design.
  • Fan voting on Facebook will take place from March 16 to March 31.
  • Top three fan favorites will be announced on April 1.
  • Overall winner will be announced on April 13.

For more information, visit Stuller’s Facebook page. To read the official contest rules, visit here.

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