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Zillion Launches ‘Love Locked Down’ Video Contest

The contest will award a $5,000 honeymoon vacation voucher to one US couple.

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(PRESS RELEASE) SAN FRANCISCO, CA — Zillion Jewelry Insurance in partnership with fine jewelry retailers The Source Fine Jewelers, Henne Jewelers, Marks Jewelers, Greene & Co., Yadav Diamonds & Jewelry and I.D. Jewelry has announced the launch of the “Love Locked Down Video Contest.” The contest will award a $5,000 honeymoon vacation voucher to one U.S. couple who popped the question or tied the knot during the coronavirus pandemic.

“During this unprecedented time when love is needed more than ever before, we want to encourage couples to share their unique versions of these most time-honored traditions with the world,” says Adam Black, managing director, Zillion.

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To enter, couples are asked to submit a video of a wedding ceremony or marriage proposal that took place during the coronavirus pandemic.

Couples that do not possess a video of the actual event may still enter by submitting a video of themselves answering a couple of the questions about their special day below.

  • When did you decide to propose/get married during the pandemic?
  • Was it a tough decision to make to do it during the pandemic?
  • Did you have any virtual attendees? Who?
  • What did your family/friends think of your decision to marry or propose during this time?
  • Do you plan on having a larger in-person event to celebrate your wedding/engagement when it is safe to do so?
  • Advice for others considering doing the same?
Official Entry Rules & Voting Details

To enter, couples must:

  1. Upload their contest entry to one of two popular video sharing sites, Youtube or Vimeo.
  2. Visit the Love Locked Down Contest Page to fill out the official contest entry form. (Contestants will be asked to provide a Youtube or Vimeo link to their contest video entry.)
  3. Post, tag, and share a photo of the engagement, engagement ring, wedding ceremony, or the happy couple to Instagram using the hashtags #lovelockeddown and #azillionwaystosayido.

The contest winner will be determined by public vote. Qualified contest video submissions and voting polls will be hosted on the official Love Locked Down Contest Page. Couples can encourage their followers, friends, and family members to vote for their Loved Locked Down Video Contest entry by sharing the official contest page http://myzillion.com/contest on their social media, by text, & email.

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Upon the conclusion of the voting period, the video with the highest number of votes will be declared the winner.

Zillon’s Love Locked Down Contest begins June 9, 2020, and will run for 10 consecutive days. The deadline to submit is June 19, 2020, 11:59 p.m. PST. Voting will begin directly after and conclude June 30th, 2020 11:59 p.m. PST. The couple with the most total votes, based on the total number of votes received on the Official Contest Page. The winner will be notified via email by July 2, 2020, 11:59 p.m. PST.

For full contest details, visit the Zillion website.

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