Bailey Banks & Biddle Announces ‘Be In The Diamond Winner’s Circle Sweepstakes'

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Bailey Banks & Biddle, the iconic jewelry retailer announces their ‘Be In The Diamond Winners Circle Sweepstakes’. The grand prize winner will receive a brilliant 1 carat diamond halo pendant. Contestants are invited to enter the sweepstakes online at or in person by visiting one of the eight retail stores

Halo diamond jewelry designs are one of the most popular current trends and Bailey Banks & Biddle, the trusted fine jewelry retailer since 1832, is showcasing one of their brilliant necklaces as they announce their “Be In The Diamond Winner’s Circle” Diamond Pendant Sweepstakes. It will be held from February 9, 2012 through April 30, 2012 and can be entered online or in one of the eight retail store locations.

Halo jewelry is appropriately named because it features a large center diamond surrounded by many smaller gems which form a circle and appear to be floating, creating a ‘halo’ of diamonds. The result is often stunning and dramatic. Because the diamonds that surround the main one can give the optical illusion of a very high carat large center diamond, these designs provide impressive sparkle and a brilliant effect. One lucky winner will receive the Grand Prize, a brilliant 1 carat total weight diamond halo pendant set in 14k white gold, valued at $2,495. The beautiful high-quality necklace is just one among hundreds of diamond jewelry gifts available at Bailey Banks & Biddle. “Bailey’s offers a large selection of contemporary and popular diamond necklace, earring and engagement ring designs. We’re excited to offer one of these beautiful high-quality pieces of jewelry in our latest sweepstakes,” said Paul Leonard, President and CEO of Dallas-based BBB Group, Inc., which owns and operates Bailey Banks & Biddle. “We want anyone searching for the latest styling and best diamond values in engagement rings, earrings, necklaces or bracelets to experience Bailey’s as the leader in offering online availability and pricing combined with friendly, casual in-store service and expertise."

In addition to its wide selection of fine jewelry, Bailey’s Design Studio is an interactive tool that allows consumers shopping for their engagement ring to search over 20,000 unique diamonds and hundreds of settings to create a customized design to their exact specifications. In store, customers can try on hundreds of styles and online, use over 30 different parameters to narrow their selection for the ideal engagement ring.

Contestants are invited to enter the ‘Be In The Diamond Winner’s Circle’ Diamond Halo Pendant sweepstakes online at or in person by visiting one of the eight retail stores located in Plano (near Dallas), Houston and Austin, Texas; King of Prussia (near Philadelphia), Pennsylvania; Little Rock, Arkansas; Pleasanton, California; St. Louis, Missouri and an outlet location in Estero, Florida.

Each participant may enter one time, regardless of method of entry. The lucky winner of the 1 carat total weight diamond halo pendant will be selected randomly on or around May 15, 2012, from all eligible entries received. The winner will be notified by email.

No purchase is necessary to enter the sweepstakes. A purchase will not increase chances of winning. Entrants must be legal residents of the United States and 18 years or older at time of entry. Void in Alaska, Guam, Hawaii, Puerto Rico & Rhode Island and where prohibited by law. Sweepstakes ends 4/30/12. For Official Rules, prize description and odds disclosure, visit Sponsor: BBB Group, Inc., P.O. Box 702628, Dallas, Texas 75370.

About Bailey Banks & Biddle

Originally established in Philadelphia in 1832 and re-launched in 2010, Bailey Banks & Biddle is the first jewelry retailer to offer online pricing and in-store service. Bailey Banks and Biddle’s “Bailey’s Design Studio” enables customers to choose a favorite mounting from hundreds of high-quality design samples and the company’s website offers more than 20,000 diamonds from around the world at prices below those at traditional jewelry retailers. For more information, visit


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