Robbins Brothers Is Donating CZ Engagement Rings to Victims of Hurricane Harvey

Robbins Brothers is chipping in to help Houston residents affected by Hurricane Harvey.

The company confirmed to the Houston Chronicle that it’s donating 100 free engagement rings—a Lafonn sterling silver CZ solitaire style (pictured at right)—to Houston residents who lost their wedding jewelry during the hurricane.

Houston locals in the market for a replacement ring can visit one of the company’s two area stores: at The Galleria at 2101 West Loop S.; and in Clear Lake at 1251 Bay Area Blvd.

The retailer is also offering free ring cleanings and complimentary inspections, along with “special family and friends diamond pricing” for a limited time, according to the Chronicle.

And on Oct. 6 and 7, both Houston area Robbins Brothers locations will host an event featuring food, drinks, and pampering services to celebrate first responders and those impacted by the storm.

(Photo: The LaFonn sterling silver and CZ ring being donated by Robbins Brothers)

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