Robbins Brothers in Bellevue to Celebrate Grand Re-Opening with Local Art, Wine Tasting and Diamond Giveaway

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This Summer, Love Rains in Bellevue as Robbins Brothers teams up with Hall Spassov Gallery to celebrate its new store remodel. The retailer will “share the love” with the community and customers by featuring local art, wine tasting and a chance to win its exclusive one-carat Echo Diamond.

Echo Diamond Giveaway at Robbins Brothers Bellevue Grand Re-Opening

Seattle has been a very important market to us. We are excited to return to the place where the legacy began and continue to serve all couples in love.

Robbins Brothers, The Engagement Ring Store™ in Bellevue, Washington plans to celebrate its store’s remodel with a community based grand re-opening party that will showcase local art by Hall Spassov Gallery and a wine tasting. On Saturday, June 28 Robbins Brothers invites past and future customers to the one-day soiree which will include Quack Dogs Food Truck, pamper sessions, plus a chance to win an exclusive 1-carat Robbins Brothers Echo Diamond and Mariners tickets. Customers should call 425.635.7464 to RSVP.

Less than a year ago, E.E Robbins, Seattle’s favorite neighborhood engagement ring store, and Robbins Brothers merged to offer bridal jewelry shoppers the most extensive collection of engagement ring settings, wedding bands and loose diamonds. The Robbins brothers’ grandfather Ben Tipp launched the family jewelry store in Seattle in the 1920s, and the family later moved to Southern California in the 1950s to continue the business. The brothers took over the business and together launched the very first Engagement Ring Store in the 1990s.

The eldest brother returned home to downtown Seattle in 2002 and opened E.E. Robbins, expanding their “engagement ring store” concept North. Robbins Brothers and E.E. Robbins tied the knot and became one company in 2013.

Andy Heyneman, Chairman and CEO for Robbins Brothers comments, “Seattle has been a very important market to us. We are excited to return to the place where the legacy began and continue to serve all couples in love.”

“We’re appreciative for this special opportunity to embrace loyal customers,” said Eric Freund, general manager of the Bellevue store. “We’ve had the pleasure of engaging many couples in the area and have also been invited to several weddings. We enjoy celebrating our customers’ love.”

“Bellevue has always been a city that supports its local artists,” said Erik Hall of Hall Spassov Gallery. “I’m thrilled to partner with Robbins Brothers for the grand re-opening to highlight rarely seen works from our personal collections.”

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