“Watch” the Time Spring Forward with NewsTalk 98.7 and Treasure’s Jewelers!

UPDATE: Congratulations to Lena Scarbrough our Grand Prize Winner of these beautiful his and hers Citizen Quartz watches! Thanks to ALL for listening and those who were qualified. Happy springing forward!

(In photos left to right, Chassity, Lena, Linda, Alex)

“Watch” the time spring forward with NewsTalk 98.7!  We celebrated daylight savings time by giving you the chance to win a pair of his and hers Citizen quartz watches from Treasure’s Jewelers.

These his & hers beautiful Citizen quartz watches are valued at $800 and are complete with steel bands and their light weight design makes them stylish and extremely comfortable to wear. 
**Grand Prize Winner was announced on Friday afternoon March 12th on the Hallerin Hilton Hill Show and contacted by promotions; as well as posted to newstalk987.com and social media. Grand Prize winner DOES NOT have to be listening to win once qualified.**

Brought to you by Treasure’s Jewelers:

Treasure’s Jewelers is a family-owned and operated jewelry store serving the Maryville area since 1994. They are experts in custom jewelry and offer same-day sizing and a certified Gemologist to help you find your perfect look. With over 25 years in the industry, Treasure’s Jewelers offers the highest quality custom jewelry design and repair work. Let their expert jewelers help you find your style today! They serve budgets of all sizes. Visit them online at treasuresjewelerstn.com.

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