StingHD Announces Instagram Giveaway To Celebrate Move Of Headquarters To Boca Raton

BOCA RATON, Fla. - June 30, 2020 - PRLog -- Sean Perelstein, CEO of the hip and iconic jewelry and lifestyle brand StingHD announced today that the company will relocate to a brand new, state of the art facility in Boca Raton. StingHD founded in 2011, is a division of Henry Designs, with nearly 50 years in the high end, premium jewelry business.

To celebrate the move, StingHD has launched its FIRST ever Instagram giveaway. On Instagram as @spjeweler, Perelstein is giving away a Louis Vuitton x NIGO Duffle or $5,000 in cash.

"We've experienced a lot of exciting growth over the last 12 months with StingHD and we wanted to engage our fans and followers by doing something special, in the midst of these challenging times," said Perelstein. "We were able to get one of the first Louis Vuitton x NIGO Duffle bags to come into the US and we thought it would be a great item to give away to a lucky fan to celebrate our moving and growing."

The contest is live on Instagram and will conclude on July 4th at 11:59pm ET and the winner will be announced on or about July 6, 2020.

About StingHD

Sean Perelstein's father Henry founded Henry Deigns nearly 50 years ago. They have provided clients with the highest quality diamonds, complemented by first class customer service and artistically drafted craftsmanship. Described as elegance combined with a flair for ingenuity, each piece is a symbol of luxury and class. 9 years ago, Sean Perelstein reinvented the brand to what you see today, high end luxury men's accessories marketed under StingHD and often paired with the rarest watches in the world. Perelstein along with his family expanded the business to include StingHD, which has seen great success from social media, and brought the art of jewelry design into the 21st century.

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