On Sat, April 24th Elizabeth Diamond Company and AIDS Resource Center of Ohio join forces to raise much-needed funds and help one lucky couple take home a $20,000 Tacori engagement ring with a one and a half carat EDC diamond.
Theme and clues for the scavenger hunt will incorporate the Dayton region’s rich musical history. The winning couple will be announced at the EDC Far Hills Avenue location following the scavenger hunt .
The hunt will take place in downtown Centerville. Only 200 couples are eligible to participate. Couples can register right now in person at EDC or online at www.shopedc.com/huntfortherock. The registration fee is $25.00 with all proceeds benefiting ARC Ohio. In addition, every couple that participates will receive a gift bag featuring a $250.00 gift certificate to use towards the purchase of an engagement ring at Elizabeth Diamond Company. In addition to Tacori, other local businesses such as, Square One Salon, Heidelberg Distributing, Erika’s Photography, Visceral Gallery, Coolidge Wall Law Offices and Grapes Wine Lounge will be participating as sponsors to help truly make this a community wide event.
The EDC Hunt For The Rock will take place Saturday April 24th 2010 from 11 AM to 3 PM. Check-in starts at 10 AM. Theme and clues for the scavenger hunt will test participants knowledge of music including, the Dayton region’s rich musical history. EDC will announce the winning couple at its’ Far Hills location after the scavenger hunt has concluded. For more info, eligibility requirements and to register please visit www.shopedc.com/huntfortherock.
According to Sonu Singhvi, owner of Elizabeth Diamond Company, “In the current economy, most couples have a lot of financial fears about how to take that next big step. That’s why we devised this with a $20,000 engagement ring as the prize, so they can take that step free from the burden of having to pay off a large loan. So, we hope that whichever couple wins, they’re ready to propose!” Mrs. Singhvi went on to state, “We’re also really excited to be partnering with ARC Ohio for this event. They do such incredible work in the community and it’s an honor to help ensure that it continues.”
Elizabeth Diamond Company was voted best jewelry store by a recent poll conducted by activedayton.com. The company is locally owned and operated. Located one-quarter mile south of I-675 on Far Hills Avenue in Centerville.
ARC Ohio is geographically the largest AIDS Services organization in Ohio today. In the midst of growing complacency, difficult financial times, and still no cure or preventative vaccine, the need to raise funds and awareness has never been more crucial! Celebrating its 25th anniversary, AIDS Resource Center Ohio (ARC Ohio) is a nonprofit, community-based organization whose mission is to provide services to those infected, affected and at risk of HIV/AIDS. They provide comprehensive support services, HIV testing & counseling, prevention education, linkage to care, and advocacy.