By: Admin

(August 5, 2009 Flemington, NJ) Ten charities have been chosen to benefit from couples competing in

The Roman Jewelers Wedding giveaway

Roman Jewelers has announced ten charities that will benefit from The Roman Jewelers Wedding contest. A winner will be determined according to which couple makes the biggest contribution to their charity. Couples participating in the contest will work with representatives from each Charitable Partner to develop a “Good Deed Plan” and make a difference in the community. A range of charities have been selected to assure competing couples will reach out to a variety of community organizations in need, ranging from therapeutic learning for troubled youths to animal welfare services. The ten Charitable Partners participating in The Roman Jewelers Wedding include;  Raritan Valley Habitat for Humanity, The Hunterdon Regional Cancer Center, SAFE in Hunterdon, Hunterdon County YMCA, Special Olympics, Hunterdon Art Museum, St. Hubert’s, Bonnie Brae School, The Arc of Hunterdon, and the Flemington Food Pantry. Couples interested in winning a free luxury wedding are encouraged to attend the auditions at Bridgewater Commons Mall on August 15th. Brides and grooms-to-be will tell their love story to a panel of judges. Twenty couples will be chosen as semi-finalists and given the opportunity to demonstrate they are driven to make a difference by working with their chosen Charitable Partner. There won’t be any talent shows or other competitions, couples will only compete against each other to contribute the most to charity. “We thought it would be great to give a lucky couple the wedding they’ve always dreamt of. Then we realized this is a wonderful opportunity to help more than just two people, so we made the contest about philanthropy. Now instead of only helping the winning couple, we will hopefully help hundreds,” says Sophie Shor, owner of Roman Jewelers. To get involved visit