Couples use mobile gaming technology for a chance to win a $12,000 Ikuma wedding set
SEATTLE – August 14, 2013 – Finding the perfect engagement ring can be a challenge. Ben Bridge Jeweler is turning the “dash” for an engagement ring into an adventure fusing technology and local landmarks.
On Saturday, August 24th, Ben Bridge will award a $12,000 Ikuma diamond wedding set to the winners of a text message based scavenger hunt on the streets of Seattle. Runners-up will receive a pair of Tissot watches and everyone who participates will go home with a prize package from Ben Bridge Jeweler.
“We’ve enjoyed being a part of Seattlite’s lives for over a century, so we are excited to be able to be a part of this lucky winners’ engagement story,” says Lisa Bridge of Ben Bridge Jeweler. “By hosting this event, we are able to have a little fun while giving away a beautiful diamond ring.”
Ben Bridge Jeweler is partnering with KISS FM Seattle and the Jackie and Bender Morning Show to give couples the ability to solve challenges from their cell phones at locations all over the city to earn points for a chance to win a $12,000 Ikuma diamond wedding set.
To sign up, couples submit their love stories at www.RingDash.com. Learn more about the event and see our exclusive Ikuma collection at Ben Bridge Jeweler locations in Downtown Seattle and all major malls.
About Ben Bridge Jeweler
Ben Bridge Jeweler was founded in Seattle, Washington in 1912 on a simple promise: to offer the finest jewelry, best selection, and friendly, knowledgeable service. Family-run for five generations, Ben Bridge operates more than 70 retail stores in 11 states including Alaska, Arizona, California, Colorado, Hawaii, Minnesota, Nevada, New Mexico, Oregon, Texas, and Washington. In 2012, the American Gem Society awarded the Bridge family with a Lifetime Achievement Award in honor of their significant contributions to the jewelry industry. For more information about Ben Bridge Jeweler visit www.benbridge.com.
Contact: Nick Pirie