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Ben Bridge Awards $100K Wedding Prize

Apr 26, 2013 2:03 PM   By Jeff Miller
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RAPAPORT... Ben Bridge Jeweler selected a grand prize winner for its $100,000 Wedding of the Century contest from 40,000 entries to make a ''fairytale wedding'' possible for one Sunnyvale, California couple. The retailer selected Hilary Stevens, an education manager at a children’s theater, and her fiancé, David Campbell, for a grand prize package valued at more than $100,000.  sweestakes

The contest was co-sponsored by TAG Heuer, Ikuma Canadian Diamonds and Hawaiian Airlines and included $40,000 in jewelry, including a 2-carat Ikuma Canadian diamond engagement ring,  ArtCarved men’s wedding band,   Mikimoto pearl earring studs and TAG Heuer His & Hers watches. The package also included cash to plan the wedding and a honeymoon in Hawaii. Ben Bridge also awarded 100 finalists various prizes of fine jewelry, while 2,500 weekly winners took home $25 Ben Bridge gift cards.

“We could not be more excited to start Hilary and David off on their life together with this grand prize. We had to scramble to pull off the surprise as they are heading out of town to plan their wedding, but the rush provided even more thrills for this special moment,” said Marc Bridge, the vice president of marketing at Ben Bridge. “We began the $100,000 Wedding of the Century sweepstakes last year to celebrate 100 years as a trusted family jeweler and we are pleased to continue this new tradition with such a wonderful couple.”

Ben Bridge recently announced a unique collection of exclusive Ikuma diamond engagement rings and wedding bands in concert with the sweepstakes. Ikuma diamonds are marketed as ''conflict free'' as they originate from the Diavik mine in Canada. Ben Bridge developed the Ikuma brand more than a decade ago to reinforce its commitment to offering ethically sourced diamonds for its customers.

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