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Calling All Couples to Race for a Dream $10,000 Diamond Engagement Ring

SOMERSET, NJ – It has been a rough year for couples looking to get engaged and married. Venus Jewelers of Franklin Township, NJ, knows first-hand how many couples want to take that next step but haven’t been able to because of loss of income, wedding venue uncertainty, and general pandemic concerns.

As we all optimistically approach a post-pandemic world, Venus Jewelers wants to help a lucky couple win a ring of their dreams, a $10,000 Verragio Diamond Engagement Ring.  On Sunday, May 2, Venus Jewelers will host The Amazing Ring Race. Couples will compete in a hometown version of The Amazing Race, but with a big rock at the proverbial finish line. Registration is free but limited. To get in on the challenge, submit your love story before April 22 online: https://www.venusjewelers.com/venus-amazing-ring-race/.

Venus Jewelers is a fifth-generation family-owned business that has been in operation for forty-two years at its present location in Somerset, NJ. Venus is known for a vast designer engagement ring selection, one-of-a-kind custom rings, repair services, and as direct diamond importers. They were voted "Best of the Best" jeweler by the Somerset Country Readers’ Choice Contest eight years in a row.

Please visit www.venusjewelers.com for more information.

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