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Avoid a Broken Heart by Protecting Your Valentine’s Day Gifts

This Valentine’s Day more than $18.6 billion will be spent on a mix of both traditional and non-traditional gifts.

Saint Valentine’s Day dates back to 496AD, when Pope Gelasius established the romantic holiday– a tradition that still thrives today. Expressions of love are shared through cards, flowers, candy and, of course, jewelry. In fact, it is the second biggest jewelry sales event after Christmas and a favorite time for couples to get engaged.

While diamonds may be a girl’s best friend, they could become a source of a broken heart if lost or stolen.

Valentine’s Day is an excellent opportunity to not only add new gifts received but also evaluate your complete jewelry schedule and make certain it is covered correctly.  As an example, do you have earrings covered with a “pair and set clause?”

Contact the trusted choice professionals at Allen & Furr for a free check up of all your insurance needs. (770) 587-0246 x 208

QUESTION:  What’s your favorite Valentine’s Day gift?