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Carats and Crabs Giveaway Winners!

Jun 6, 2014

Congrats to our winners of the Carats and Crabs giveaway, Kristen Caudill & Cheryl Schein Vourvoulas! 

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Kristen was randomly selected as the winner a  round diamond necklace and Cheryl was randomly selected as the winner of $100 to spend at Bo Brooks Crab Restaurant. 

Thank you to everyone who took the time to spread the word about our new blog and enter this giveaway. Keep up to date with promos, contests and other exciting things happening at Samuelson’s Diamonds by subscribing to our blog. Simply go to upper left corner of our blog’s homepage and enter your email address – you’ll be notified when we make a new blog post.

Okay, you can do your happy dance now:)

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