Tuesday, September 6, 2011

Northeastern Fine Jewelry Heads to the Races

Northeastern Fine Jewelry lately teamed up with IWC Schaffhausen to present the winning owner of your 142nd Travers Stakes with an IWC Aquatimer Automatic 2000 view on Saturday, August 27 at Saratoga Race Course. Winning owner Mike Repole was awarded the watch in the winner's circle immediately after his 3-year-old colt Stay Thirsty raced to a decisive 1 1/4-length victory.

The stainless steel Aquatimer Automatic is ideally suited for underwater use with its 44mm situation and water-resistance to 200m. The striking external rotating bezel, the hallmark with the present Aquatimer generation, might be turned quickly underneath water, even when wearing gloves. Six coatings of Super-LumiNova are applied to the underside of your sapphire-glass ring making the elapsed dive time plainly visible, even in poor lighting problems.

"One of IWC Schaffhausen best, the Aquatimer Automatic 2000 is a thoroughbred amongst watches," said Ray Bleser, president and founder of Northeastern Fine Jewelry. "Its flawless development and sporting layout nicely complement the prestige, history and tradition that comprise the Travers Stakes. We are proud to work with IWC Schaffhausen as favored partners of NYRA and Saratoga Race Course in the course of among the finest meets in recent memory."

In 2011, Northeastern Fine Jewelry is serving for the second year as the preferred jewelry partner of NYRA at Saratoga Race Course. IWC is on board as an official timepiece sponsor plus the brand's wall clocks and signage are prominently featured on the grounds in the Spa. Track patrons had the chance to view the newest timepieces and jewelry when visiting Northeastern Fine Jewelry and IWC Schaffhausen at the Saratoga Style tent on Friday and Saturday.

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