Lee Michaels Fine Jewelry is Hosting A One Weekend Only Bridal Event in ABQ Uptown

United States, New Mexico, Albuquerque – 04-02-2019 (PRDistribution.com) — Albuquerque, NM — Lee Michaels Fine Jewelry is hosting an exclusive Bridal Event at their Albuquerque jewelry store, located in the ABQ Uptown shopping center. This special event is one weekend only, taking place from April 4th-April 6th.

Lee Michaels Fine Jewelry is offering 0% interest for 3 years on their selection of engagement rings at this limited-time Bridal Event. There will be an extended collection of loose diamonds, engagement rings, and wedding bands on hand at the event. Lee Michaels Fine Jewelry will provide these rare and exceptional jewelry financing rates during this unique, one weekend only event.This Bridal Event by Lee Michaels Fine Jewelry provides interested parties with an exclusive financing opportunity to buy a prized engagement ring, wedding band, or loose diamond without any interest for three years.Those interested in attending Lee Michaels Fine Jewelry’s Bridal Event the weekend of April 4th- April 6th can reach out to the team at the Lee Michaels Fine Jewelry Albuquerque store directly for financing details.  
Contact: 
Lee Michaels Fine Jewelry
http://lmfj.com/
(505) 208-4500
ABQ Uptown
2201 Q Street NE #9F
Albuquerque, New Mexico 87110 

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