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Fountain Hills, AZ (PRWEB) February 01, 2013
This Valentines Day, Sami Fine Jewelry plans to smash the Guinness Book of World Records. On Thursday, February 14th 2013. Sami Fine Jewelry will be hosting Love in the Hills, the largest and most beautiful vow renewal ceremony in the world.
As of 2012, the Miami Merger Moment, held on June 20th 2009, renewed the vows of 1087 couples. Deemed, the Queen of Marketing, Stephenie Bjorkman, owner of Sami Fine Jewelry, claims that Samis event, Love in the Hills, will beat that record.
Bjorkman is currently working day and night to assemble her troop of local businesses to help put together this amazing event. The Town of Fountain Hills has donated the Fountain Hills Park as the ceremony location. The park features over 35 acres of turf, and has been named one of the most beautiful wedding locations in Arizona.
Larry James, minister, relationship coach, and the author the book How to Really Love the One Youre With (his book was featured on The View) has stepped up as the minister of the event. Larry has married over 600 couples. James sees the vision. I cant wait to make this the largest celebration of love in history, says James.
Wedding planner, and local florist Jerrod Alcaida from Nonnys has also joined the team by offering their services for all participants. As the event gets closer, who knows how big the vow renewal ceremony will get. Weddings and flowers are what I do best, so I am just thrilled to be involved, says Alcaida.
Sara Goodnick Photography will also be on site, taking romantic photos of all couples. I plan to get a lot of rest, the night before, states Goodnick. I cant wait to offer such a great memory to all participating couples. This will be an event of a lifetime.
Fort McDowell Casino has jumped on board, and is throwing an after party for the couples at the Casino. The complimentary after party includes live music from the Kenny G Project Band, cake, and a champagne toast. Along with all of popular casino games, Fort McDowell Casino will be providing lodging at the adjacent hotel at The Radisson. The casino has 5 restaurants on site, a fortune club, live events/entertainment, and plenty of gambling, which makes this the ideal hot spot for all of the couples to go after the vow renewal ceremony, says Tom McGill, who is the Chief Marketing Officer for Fort McDowell Casino.
This event will be completely free for couples to participate. Any couple that wants to renew their vows, prior registration will be required. All couples that participate will receive a commemorative certificate of participation from Larry James, a coupon for a complimentary ring cleaning from Sami Fine Jewelry, a Family Relationship Profile for better communication, from John Hersey International, and all couples will receive a goody bag from participating businesses. Every day I am getting more businesses asking me if they can participate. I have a feeling that by the time the event comes, the goody bags are going to be filled to the top, says Bjorkman.
All "Love in the Hills" vow renewal attendees will automatically participate in a drawing to win a big prize basket. One lucky couple will win a new set of wedding bands from Sami Fine Jewelry, three-night Honeymoon stay at the Radisson at Fort McDowell, portrait session from Sara Goodnick Photography, a grand floral arrangement from Nonny's, a relationship coaching certificate from Larry James along with a signed copy of his book, and many other gifts from local businesses. Special gift baskets will also be given away to the couple that traveled the furthest, the "youngest" couple, couple that has been married the longest, and the 1088th couple.
Couples will need to bring a copy of their driver license and a copy of their marriage certificate. To learn more about the event or to register for Love in the Hills go to http://www.samifinejewelry.com. You are also invited to like Love in the Hills on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/pages/Samis-Love-in-the-Hills/343445579096795
Vow Renewal Ceremony 5pm
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