What Do a Cremated Dog, Black Lingerie & Fake Diamonds Have to do with Hawaiian Jewelry?

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After receiving close to 100 entries in two weeks, Remist, an online retailer of Hawaiian jewelry, announces the winners of its "Worst Valentine's Day Gift Ever" contest.

In January 2009, Remist launched a new contest to search for the worst Valentine's Day gift ever. Within two weeks, this Hawaiian jewelry retailer received close to 100 entries … and a lifetime of interesting stories.

Contestants in the jewelry contest were required to describe their worst Valentine's gift. They also had to share the reason why the gift was so bad, and if the gift caused a breakup with the gift-giver.

The Remist staff judged the often humorous - sometimes embarrassing - but never disappointing entries that filtered in. The stories of gifting gone wrong included a gift mix-up between two girlfriends, a fake diamond ring, and a porcelain hen-shaped covered dish.

What story won the coveted title of "Worst Valentine's Day Gift Ever"? Visit http://www.Remist.com/valentinecontest.php to read the grand prize-winning entry.

In appreciation for their efforts, participants received a $10 coupon to use on the Hawaiian jewelry site. The grand prize winner received a silver Hawaiian personalized ring from Remist's personalized jewelry collection valued at $80. Three runners-up received silver turtle pendants valued at $23 apiece.

About Remist Hawaiian Jewelry:
Remist is a premier retailer of Hawaiian heritage jewelry. Remist was built on the unique idea that "Appreciation is timeless." That is why Remist puts a strong emphasis in finding and creating styles that won't be found at other Hawaiian jewelry merchants. The company started on eBay, selling only a limited selection of Hawaiian silver jewelry pieces. Since then, the company has been able to maintain an eBay positive feedback rating of over 99.7%. Remist continually strives to be the largest merchant of Hawaiian jewelry online.


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