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Warwick Jewelers

May 25, 2012 09:05 ET

Philadelphia-Area Jewelry Store, Warwick Jewelers, to Give Away Free Diamonds if Philadelphia 76ers Win the 2012 NBA Championship

EXTON, PA--(Marketwire - May 25, 2012) - Warwick Jewelers, an upscale jewelry store in Exton, PA, today announced that it will give away 30 quarter carat diamonds to the first 30 NBA Finals ticketholders to visit the store if the Philadelphia 76ers win the 2012 NBA Championship. The day for the giveaway has not yet been set and will depend on the Sixers winning the NBA Championship.

"I have always been a big fan of the Sixers and I believe they can go all the way this season," said Barry Maglin, owner of Warwick Jewelers. "I hope our store's commitment to the Sixers will inspire them to win the championship after almost 30 years. If they accomplish this feat, they will be rewarding 30 of their fans with free diamonds."

If the Sixers win the 2012 NBA Championship, Warwick Jewelers will announce on which day it will give away the free quarter carat diamonds to the first 30 NBA Finals ticketholders. The diamonds will be given as loose stone and not in any type of setting. Participants must bring and show a valid 2012 NBA Finals ticket stub at the store to receive the giveaway and they must be one of the first 30 individuals. The free quarter carat diamond given away is limited to one per household. The total value for all 30 quarter carat diamonds is $10,000. Additional restrictions may apply.

The Philadelphia 76ers has not won an NBA Championship since the 1982-1983 season.

About Warwick Jewelers
Warwick Jewelers has been serving the Philadelphia community since 1919. It offers a full line of high-quality jewelries including diamond engagement rings, necklaces, bracelets, earrings among many others. Warwick Jewelers gained prominence as the jewelry store partner for the $55,000 Sparkling Red Velvet Cupcake sold by Cupcakes Gourmet. For the latest updates, please "like" http://facebook.com/warwickjewelers.

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