Valentine’s Raffle: Love is Blind. But Finding Cupid is a Clear Winner w/ Lewisburg Diamond and Gold!

Valentine’s Day is near so throw caution to the wind and take a chance on jewelry with our raffle to WIN $100 GIFT CARD. Your Valentine’s Day month just got a little bit “shinier” with the family at Lewisburg Diamond and Gold! Your challenge this month is to find the winged boy with arrows, Cupid, hidden inside this issue. When you find him, email us at and tell us where you find him. You will be entered to win a $100 gift card! The deadline to enter is Thursday, February 22. We will announce the winner on Friday, Feb 23rd.

Jodi Styles tells us the top Valentine Day picks include popular name brands such as Tacori (made in USA), Pandora, and Alex & Ani (made in USA). Their Gold Dipped Roses are also very popular! “It’s a real rose dipped in 24 karat gold so it will be a rose you give that will last a lifetime!,” says Jodi.

LDG also carries a very large selection of estate jewelry, making them a very unique store! Jodi says, “The estate jewelry really brings us business from near and far because very few jewelry stores carry it and especially such a large selection. I love the wide variety of items we carry from new designs to items from the late 1800’s. And personally, I love the estate filigree rings.”

Jodi goes on to discuss the environmental benefits of the estate line, saying, “Also with our estate jewelry and buying gold I feel like we are making a big impact on the environment by finding a new purpose for items that are worn out or that need a new loving home.”

Jodi and her family enjoy giving back to the community. They support many organizations including the Women’s Refuge Center, Carnegie Hall, Greenbrier Valley Theater, Puerto Rico Hurricane Relief, Greenbrier County Humane Society, the Pink Tie Gala, and many more local charity’s and school fundraisers.

Love is blind, but finding cupid is a clear winner. Don’t miss your chance to win a $100 gift card at Lewisburg Diamond and Gold. They are located on Rt 219 N. (across from Walmart) in Lewisburg. Happy searching!   

– HashtagWV #98. February 2018.

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