Raymond Lee Jewelers Proves Rain No Match for Its Holiday Party Sparkling Success
Despite the chilly downpour outside, Raymond Lee Jewelers’ Holiday Party inside was far from a rain out Thursday night as a steady stream of Beemers and Bentleys poured in for a sparkling evening of fun, champagne and prizes.
Rain was no match for the glittering Raymond Lee Jewelers’ flashy and successful VIP Holiday celebration where owners, Jeff & Lee Josephson, their families, their longtime staff and a beautiful model wearing a sparkly hoop petticoat flowing with glasses of Champagne greeted guests.
The strolling Ms. Champagne added an elegant touch to start the evening off with a tall glass of refreshment upon arrival, and then each guest received a voting card for beautiful designs by local florists. Once guests handed in their voting card, they were invited to “spin the wheel” for a prize. “Everyone is a winner,” announced Jeff Josephson as guests won various services such as free watch battery, ring resize, gift cards and more.
Complimentary drinks and passed hors d’oeuvres were flowing freely and generously throughout the party and DJ Jeffrey Michaels had several women dancing outside the festively decorated storefront. Customers were pointing out beautiful necklaces, watches, earrings and started their holiday shopping.
One guest even mentioned that they mistakenly came to the VIP Holiday Party thinking it was another party they were supposed to be attending but opted to stay because they were enjoying themselves so much.
Fabulous prize baskets valued at over $1500 were raffled. The money raised from the raffle tickets went toward a charity dedicated to the wellbeing of animals called Charity Champions. “We were grateful to be part of the Raymond Lee Jewelers holiday celebration as we mixed and mingled with people who love animals as much as we do,” said Julia Josephson, board member founder and president of Charity Champions.
Winner for the best florist went to FHJ. “It was wonderful to have floral arrangements complementing our fine jewelry so nicely,” said owner Lee Josephson.