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Win This Diamond Ring from Galatea Designs and Support Children’s Harbor

Contact: Wendy Garner 205/222-5090 (

BIRMINGHAM (Aug. 18, 2015) - Galatea Designs, an internationally recognized diamond broker and jewelry design firm based in Birmingham, Alabama wants to make your “Dreams Come True”. Galatea Designs is giving away a stunning Diamond Halo Ring with a retail value of $4,000. The “Dreams Can Come True” contest benefits Children’s Harbor.

“We all have dreams, and then life happens,” says Galatea Berger, renowned jewelry designer. “I want to hear who or what has inspired people the most to go after their dreams,” she says. Galatea Designs is accepting entries of 350 words or less. The most creative and inspiring story, as determined by a panel of judges, wins the Diamond Halo Ring. All entries are due by October 31, 2015 and must include a $20 registration fee. Twenty percent of all proceeds will benefit Children’s Harbor.

In addition to the Grand Prize, the Top 4 Finalists will win a $500 gift certificate towards any jewelry purchase of $2,500 or more from Galatea Designs. All entries will receive a $250 gift certificate towards any jewelry purchase of $2,500 or more. For more information go online to or call (205) 879-3045.

Since its establishment in 1985, Galatea Designs has earned international recognition and respect as a diamond broker, diamonds direct from diamond cutters, and jewelry design firm, listed with Dun & Bradstreet and The Jeweler's Board of Trade.

Children’s Harbor’s mission is to help children with serious illnesses and their families. They do this at both their Lake Martin Campus and the Birmingham Family Center. The 66-acre lake campus provides no cost camping facilities to over 23 different nonprofit organizations. Their Family Center at the Benjamin Russell Hospital for Children offers seriously ill children and their family’s free counseling for everyone involved, education services and tutoring, scheduled activities, an exercise room, a library, salon, laundry facilities, and much more. They do essentially anything these families need to help them get through their child’s medical crisis.

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