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Welcome to Gold & Diamond Source $250 Gift Card Giveaway !
 
Danielle recently visited her friends, Steve and Julie Weintraub at the Gold & Diamond Source. You've heard her talk about them on-air, now check out her videos and see why she shops only at the Gold & Diamond Source!

After watching the videos, you can register for a chance to win a $250 gift card!





Steve and Julie Weintraub can help you present the most beautiful, spectacular diamond possible within your budget because of their incredible inventory of diamonds in all shapes, sizes and price ranges. They have 1 carat engagement rings starting at just $999!

The Gold & Diamond Source, your trusted source for over three decades, located at 3800 Ulmerton Rd. in Clearwater. Call 1-800-661-4437 for more information.

What is the Prize?
Winner will receive a $250 gift card to Gold & Diamond Source.

How Do You Enter?
Simply click the Enter Contest tab above to register for your chance to win.

 
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