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. 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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