Dublin, Ireland (PressExposure) November 18, 2009 -- Irish Celtic Jewels, Ireland's premier online jewelry store proudly launches its new monthly Celtic jewelry Facebook Competition. This gives everyone the chance to own a piece of nicely crafted silver celtic jewelry absolutely for free. That is if you become the lucky winner of this competition.
The monthly celtic jewelry Facebook Competition is open to everyone who loves the amazing elegance and craftsmanship of celtic jewelry. The contest is very simple as you only need to select a featured product on the album of Celtic Jewelry Facebook page. You then have to leave your comment or interesting story about that certain product of Irish Celtic Jewelry. Your comment or story may include the following:
- You may have the item already and have a unique story about it - You might have another item that contains the same symbolism - You may just love Celtic jewelry and want to share your reasons for this - You may just be fascinated by Celtic design - Really, the reasons are endlessâ¦(just like Celtic knots ; )
The Monthly Celtic Jewelry Facebook Competition actually begins when your friends vote for your comments on a certain product of Irish Celtic Jewels that are featured for the month on its Facebook page. However, they can only vote for you or any other person joining this contest after becoming a fan of Celtic Jewelry Facebook page. You can also vote for other persons joining this contest adopting the same process. The person with the most votes at the end of the month wins the contest. So it would help you to get as many votes as you would like to win the contest by telling your relatives and friends about the monthly celtic jewelry Facebookâs competition.
This is indeed a great way for you as well as your relatives and friends to see the real beauty of celtic jewelry that are definitely great to behold. If you wish to learn more about this kind of jewelry and how to have free celtic jewelry with the recently launched monthly celtic jewelry competition, simply visit http://www.IrishCelticJewels.com/. You can also call: