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The Race to the Diamond: Morristown’s Braunschweiger Jewelers is Giving Away 1-Carat Diamond Engagement Ring to One Lucky NJ Couple
1-Carat Diamond Engagement Ring
Photo of a woman's hand with a diamond engagement ring in front of Braunschweiger Jewelers' storefront.
Braunschweiger Jewelers, a fifth-generation family-owned jewelry store and landmark in the downtown Morristown community for more than 50 years, is holding their second Diamond Dash this Saturday, Nov. 5, in Morristown, where one lucky couple will win a 1-carat diamond engagement ring.
"We're so excited to bring back the Diamond Dash this year," says Robin Braunschweiger Silva, Braunschweiger's Marketing and Events Manager. "After not being able to have it for a few years, we can't wait to see which lucky couple will get to the ring first."
The participants in Braunschweiger's Diamond Dash will be tasked with a series of clues as they race across Morristown. In 2019, couples visited other local businesses to participate in nearly a dozen challenges, ranging from guessing the type of wine in a blind tasting, a pasta eating challenge and dressing up in bridal gowns. This year, even more Morristown businesses have joined in on the fun and have offered great second- and third-place prizes, along with free gifts in the 'swag bag' that each competitor will receive.
The first couple to solve all the clues, finish the tasks and find where the ring is hidden will claim the ultimate prize - a solitaire 1-carat diamond engagement ring. But there's a twist - the winning couple must get engaged on the spot.
Braunschweiger Jewelers, located in Morristown for more than 50 years and in New Providence for 60-plus years, is known for featuring styles with modern yet timeless design, and for its impeccable use of exquisite-colored gemstones and diamonds and distinctive details. Its elite collections cater to a savvy clientele that seeks pieces from renowned designers like Marco Bicego and John Hardy, premier bridal selections, and unique estate pieces. The Braunschweiger philosophy guarantees the highest quality pieces that are born of superior craftsmanship and are consistently up to date with the newest trends. Braunschweiger Jewelers has been providing unparalleled service and selection since the 1930s. In 2021, Braunschweiger Jewelers won the NJ Family Business of Year award, coordinated by the Rothman Institute, part of Fairleigh Dickinson University. The company is regularly featured in top magazines and has received "best of" awards from NJ Bride, New Jersey Monthly, The Knot, Morris/Essex Health & Life Best of Morris Essex, and The Daily Record. Braunschweiger Jewelers recently earned distinction during the WeddingWire Couples' Choice Awards.®
For more information and store locations, visit www.braunschweiger.com.
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SKIDOS, an award-winning platform of learning games for kids, has announced the launch of its highly-anticipated, freshly-revamped math curriculum for its games on Android devices. Designed in joint collaboration with educators, designers, and engineers, the new math curriculum is completely aligned with US Common Core and UK National Curriculum standards. The curriculum has already received huge praise from parents and children alike since its launch on iOS platforms last month.
SKIDOS' new math curriculum across its games will provide greater agency to children by giving them visual and voice feedback on their answers. The data-driven approach behind its design is aimed at making children more comfortable around math concepts and be independent learners. Instead of negative marking or penalties being imposed on wrong answers, the SKIDOS apps encourage positive learning styles to eliminate fear around the subject and reduce anxiety for children.
Like all 40+ SKIDOS games, the math curriculum will be added between levels of popular, child-friendly games to build connections between natural play and learning. Children will be able to learn and revise their math concepts even while enjoying these exciting games to the fullest.
Additionally, the parents will be able to track their child's progress through customized learning performance reports delivered to their inbox twice a month.
Aditya Prakash, the CEO and founder of SKIDOS, commented on the inclusion, "We have always strived to raise curious and confident young learners through our gaming and learning content. Our 'learning through play' approach stands out with its aim to enhance quality screen time with quality learning. Since a large part of the world uses Android devices, it made natural sense to offer our new math curriculum to the billion plus android users around the world."
Starting from September 27th, the brand-new math core curriculum will be seen on top-rated games like Superstore & Bakery in the Play store. In later phases, the curriculum will be rolled out across all 40+ games on Android devices. The children will find the new learning content to be more interactive and engaging with the addition of friendly SKIDOS mascots to the games.
Furthermore, in addition to the benefit of this curriculum, all SKIDOS users also get a child-safe and completely ad-free experience. A single subscription to SKIDOS Pass gives users the ability to create up to 6 profiles on multiple devices, and unlimited access to all 40+ games on the platform.
SKIDOS creates kids learning games that have been fostering creativity, learning, and above all a joyful experience ever since its inception in 2015. It is headquartered in Copenhagen, Denmark. Its vision is to change the way children learn and imagine, becoming self-assured learners of tomorrow. Currently, SKIDOS offers unlimited access to 40+ educational apps for 2-11-year-olds. Games are available in 13 languages on iOS and Android.
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