Salvation Army, Emerald City Jewelers partner for ‘Ring for Bling’ bell ringing promotion

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QUINCY — The Salvation Army and Emerald City Jewelers have partnered to present the “Ring for Bling” challenge, which offers an opportunity for a volunteer bell ringer to win a necklace from Emerald City Jewelers.

Each time person at least 16 years old volunteers to ring bells for The Salvation Army, their name will be entered into the Ring for Bling drawing. Volunteer bell ringers from Dec. 1-24 will be eligible to receive a diamond necklace donated by Emerald City Jewelers.

To confirm a shift has been fulfilled, participants must complete the Ring for Bling webform found at at the end of the scheduled volunteer shift. Each shift fulfilled must have a web form submitted and will result in one entry. At the close of the contest period, a recipient will be selected in a random drawing from among all eligible entries.

The drawing will take place at the beginning of January 2023. Further details regarding the drawing will be posted on and social media.

People interested are encouraged to register online at or contact Tina Lewis via email at

Funds raised from the red kettles remain local to support Salvation Army social service programs such as holiday meals and toys, shelter for the homeless, job assistance and more.

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