Lewis Jewelers Offers a Warm 'Wedding Band Welcome' to Newly Engaged Couples
September 11th, 2018
With engagement season on the horizon, Lewis Jewelers will give TACORI couples one more reason to choose the esteemed jewelry designer for their bridal jewelry needs. During the next few months, TACORI couples heading to the altar will have the opportunity to save extra on their wedding bands for their big day.
As part of the brand?s ?Wedding Band Welcome,? shoppers who purchase a TACORI engagement ring between Sept. 1 to Dec. 14 will receive:
- $250 towards each purchase of any TACORI 18 karat gold wedding band
- $500 towards each purchase of any TACORI platinum wedding band
Those who purchase a TACORI engagement ring from Lewis Jewelers will have 90 days from the date of their purchase to redeem this offer. Terms and conditions apply.
As an authorized TACORI retailer, Lewis Jewelers offers hundreds of TACORI engagement ring and wedding band styles at their showroom in Ann Arbor, Michigan. Each ethically made ring is handcrafted in southern California by a team of master artisans and every piece features the brand?s iconic crescent shape detailing along the ring band.
To learn more about the TACORI Wedding Band Welcome promotion, contact Lewis Jewelers by calling (734) 994-5111 or sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
About Lewis Jewelers
Since 1921, Lewis Jewelers has been the go-to source in the greater Detroit and Ann Arbor, Michigan, areas for designer band engagement rings, wedding bands, timepieces, fine fashion jewelry and certified loose diamonds. Committed to their community, Lewis Jewelers is the proud supporter of University of Michigan athletics and The Kite Network, as well as the University of Michigan Children?s Hospital and many other local charitable institutions.
For more information on events, sales, products and fine jewelry services available at Lewis Jewelers, please check out their website at LewisJewelers.com, call (877) 885-3947 or visit their diamond showroom located in Ann Arbor, Michigan today.