Steven Singer Jewelers Launches Mother's Day Campaign to Support Hospital Workers
Steven Singer Jewelers helps you celebrate Mother's Day with a special gift that helps you send Mom love while you support local restaurants and healthcare heroes.
By: Steven Singer Jewelers
"Steve Singer Jewelers is spreading a little love starting this Mother's Day for all the hard-working Moms right now and also to our heroes on the front lines," said owner and jeweler Steven Singer. "My heart breaks for the world. It breaks for those that have lost loved ones, those who are ill, small businesses, independent restaurants and everyone affected by this ugly virus. We are unable to make masks or sanitizer, so we came up with an alternative way to say thank you to the unsung heroes on the frontlines. For starters, we have scheduled over 2,000 meals to go out - and that is just the beginning."
Mother's Day has traditionally been one of the busiest and most beloved weeks of the year for a local independent jewelry store like Steven Singer Jewelers. This year, the holiday takes on a brand new meaning for the expert jewelers at Singers as it kicks off a multi-month campaign to give back and be a good community partner during the Coronavirus global pandemic.
Starting this week, a portion of sales from Singer's famous gold and platinum dipped roses will support food orders from recovering restaurants that will be donated to local hospitals. The famed roses are 12 inches in length, and are made from real roses preserved and then dipped and trimmed in 24 karat gold or platinum. Each rose is handcrafted by artisans, so just like snowflakes, each rose is one-of-a-kind. The roses start at $59.95 and feature a lifetime guarantee.
"We want to brighten the days of nurses, doctors and hospital workers that continue to show up, risking their own safety to keep the public safe," added Singer.
For Mother's Day gift ideas, and to order the gold and platinum dipped roses, visit www.ihatestevensinger.com.
Kory Aversa, Aversa PR