110314 Charron McLeod-Article2Charron McLeod, pictured here at left with Lasker Jewelers Manager Bob Church, was named as the winner of designer Pascal Lacroix’s “Grand Giveaway.” Lasker Jewelers is located in Rochester, Minn.Nevada City, Calif.--Pascal Lacroix named a client of Minnesota retailer Lasker Jewelers as the winner of the Grand Giveaway drawing, meant to celebrate the designer’s 35th anniversary by giving back to the consumers and retailers who have supported him.

Participants registered on Facebook as well as on the designer’s website between Sept. 26 and Oct. 14. 

The winner, Lasker Jewelers client Charron McLeod, took home a bracelet from Lacroix’s new “Weave” collection. Crafted with the designer’s signature hidden clasp and hinge feature, the winning bracelet is made in 14-karat yellow gold and is set with 22 diamonds totaling 1.30 carats. It has a retail value of more than $8,000.

As a thank you for sharing the Grand Giveaway with its clients, Lasker Jewelers also will receive a Pascal Lacroix bracelet from the Weave collection.

“Pascal’s Grand Giveaway was an ingenious way to both launch a new line and thank his loyal business partners who appreciate his talent and craftsmanship,” said Lasker Jewelers Manager Bob Church. “It was also a fabulous reason for us to reach out to our own clients, drive traffic to the store and generate customer loyalty. Truly a win-win-win.” 


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