Proposition Love Jewellery Hosts a Gay Pride Selfie Contest

Celebrate PRIDE: Take a selfie for a chance to win a Proposition Love ring.


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Proposition Love Jewellery

Who said selfies are self-indulgent? This selfie could win you a memorable piece of Pride!

The celebration of Pride events is in full swing and what better way to show your pride than wearing a Proposition Love ring. Proposition Love Jewellery presents an amazing Gay Pride Selfie Contest on its Facebook Page.

Log on to Facebook and visit the Proposition Love Jewellery Page at:http://woobox.com/oekwou The contest ends July 2, 2014, and the selfie with the most votes will receive a Proposition Love Ring at a retail value of $350.00. 

Proposition Love represents the LGBT community, and on June 24th, 2011, same-sex marriage became legal in New York. This historic moment inspired us to become an active part of the marriage equality/ gay rights movement; we decided to collaborate with a top jewellery designer to develop a fine jewellery collection including wedding bands and gay pride rings. We have incorporated a triangle into all of our designs as a symbol of the gay rights movement throughout history.

We also design fashion rings, EnGAYgement Rings™, pendants and bracelets which give supporters for the cause an opportunity to wear a Prop Love piece proudly. Proposition Love Jewellery proudly donates 10% of our company’s profits to organizations that support Marriage Equality, Gay Rights, LGBT Youth and Anti-Bullying, and HIV/AIDS activism. 

Visit the online store:  www.PropositionLove.com

 

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