The idea for the contest came from customers who purchased the Euricase at their local jeweler.
Torrance, CA (PRWEB) February 13, 2008
In today's YouTube generation, where consumers create and share videos with a click of a button, Euri Inc. the developer of the world's-first LCD video ring box, announced today a contest that's won the old fashioned way -- through words.
Just in time for Valentine's Day, consumers can document, in 1,000 words or less, who they would like to give a Euricase to. By visiting http://www.euricase.com and posting their story in 1,000 words or less, 3 winners will get the opportunity to do just that.
Named one of CNET's '2007 Ultimate Luxuries', the ring box automatically plays a customer's personalized video, picture slide show or audio on a two-inch full color screen when opened. It was invented by Danny Oh, founder and president of Euri, who spent over 12 years in the semiconductor industry.
"The idea for the contest came from customers who purchased the Euricase at their local jeweler." said Oh. "Though the idea behind the product was to enhance the proposal, we were surprised to find out how many customers used the ring box for anniversaries, giving gifts long distance, graduations and even those who simply purchased one for themselves."
According to The Wall Street Journal, YouTube alone features more than 1,800 proposals recorded through video. And as reported on ABC News, Carley Roney, editor-in-chief of TheKnot.com, said that more couples publicize their proposals than ever before to relive their experience.
According to Oh, even the most technically-challenged person will be able to drag and drop, via a USB port, a slide show or video with music of special moments. The Euricase can be easily updated at any time with over 500 pictures or 60 minutes of video.
The Euricase ring box retails for $198.95. It can be purchased on line at http://www.euricase.com or from jewelers nationwide.
About Euri, Inc.
Euri, Inc. is located in Torrance, CA, with offices in Tokyo, Hong Kong, and Seoul. For more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org, call toll free (888) LUV EURI or visit http://www.euricase.com.
Lace Greene, Client Relations and Communications Manager
Euri, Inc. 310-320-0830