BlackHillsGoldSource To Announce Details Of Black Friday $100 Gift Card Contest

Thursday, November 14, 2013 BlackHillsGoldSource, leading online retailer of Landstroms Original Black Hills Gold Jewelry, will announce details of how to win a $100 Gift Card good at their website.

Online PR News – 12-November-2013 – Boulder/CO – BlackHillsGoldSource has been offering Landstroms quality Black Hills Gold jewelry since 2006 and this special opportunity comes this year just in time for holiday shopping. Once familiar only to those with ties to the Black Hills of South Dakota, Black Hills Gold jewelry has become increasingly sought-after, for one reason due to the increased popularity of the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally. It's estimated that over half a million people now attend the annual celebration in August and that figure is not expected to diminish any time soon. The Black Hills is also a popular summer vacation destination and all of these visitors can't help but visit the bustling Black Hills Gold shops which dot the main streets of the towns in The Hills.

Another reason for the popularity of the Black Hills is the hugely successful HBO series "Deadwood", which brought the story of infamous characters like Wild Bill Hickok and Calamity Jane right to peoples' living rooms. And then there's the simple fact that Black Hills Gold jewelry has been around since the late 1800's, having been born out of the mining camps during the areas gold rush.

Landstroms is currently celebrating its 135th year, making it the oldest Black Hills Gold manufacturer. Their American made pieces are considered treasure by most and are handed down from generation to generation.

BlackHillsGoldSource will be announcing the contest details and rules as a Facebook Event this Thursday, November 14 on their Facebook page. Owner Michael Amato expects that the contest will draw a lot of participants. Amato says, "With the popularity of Black Hills Gold jewelry and Facebook, we expect a big turnout." He adds, "And with gold prices taking a breather recently, $100 can go pretty far."

Here is the link to the preliminary Facebook post: