Fans from North Carolina State University and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill have plenty to look forward to on Saturdays. Game day highlights include a Bailey Box video board game at Carter-Finley Stadium, video board features and replays throughout the season at Kenan Stadium, private shopping events for each fan base and the popular Digging for Diamonds contest event at both schools.
Digging for Diamonds pits competing couples against each other in the on-field search for a $10,000 diamond ring hidden among many Bailey Boxes. The couple that finds the ring first leaves the home field victorious and with a new diamond ring. Digging for Diamonds will take place at both schools on Nov. 24 as the Tar Heels take on the Maryland Terrapins and the Wolfpack host Boston College.
“As a North Carolina born-and-bred company, we know the important role college sports play in the lives of our patrons,” said Trey Bailey, director of operations at Bailey’s Fine Jewelry. “It’s part of the culture here and we are so excited to be a new part of Tar Heel and Wolfpack fans’ game day experience.”
Established in 1948 in Rocky Mount, Bailey’s is a family-owned-
About Bailey’s Fine Jewelry
Bailey’s Fine Jewelry is a family owned-and-operated company with stores in Raleigh, Rocky Mount, Greenville and Fayetteville. Bailey’