With this charitable gift, I thee wed.

By Michelle Darrisaw
September 15, 2017
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Thousands of Houstonians are working to rebuild their lives and homes after Harvey devastated a swath of Texas, stretching from the Houston area into Louisiana. Many survivors returned home to find their furniture, clothes, and precious personal items lost, damaged, or completely destroyed by the flood.

That heartbreaking reality was certainly true for Cindy and Luis Flores. The couple was set to get married during Labor Day weekend, but unfortunately, their wedding rings were swept away in the storm. Enter local Houston jewelry store, Robbins Brothers, to become an unlikely hero for the twosome and many others who lost this symbol of love in the wake of Harvey. After Robbins Brothers started receiving more calls for assistance with getting new rings, they decided to offer Houston residents a free replacement: a new Lafonn sterling silver CZ solitaire ring.

However, they only have a limited quantity available for the first 100 customers. If you have lost your engagement and wedding ring due to Hurricane Harvey, visit their Galleria store or the Clear Lake location to obtain a new one (while supplies last).

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In addition to a free replacement, Robbins Brothers is also providing free ring cleaning and complimentary inspections services, as well as discounted pricing for a limited time. The jewelry store will also be honoring first responders and those impacted by the storm at a special event held on October 6 and 7.