Merry Christmas and happy holidays, Quad Cities. No, I didn't go across the river and get my hands on the Devil's lettuce, we're celebrating Christmas in July with an awesome Eastern Iowa jewelry store.

Get ready for those holiday deals right in the middle of July and for the Christmas spirit to take over Don's Jewelry in Clinton. You don't need to wait until Christmas to save big on beautiful jewelry to surprise her when she's least expecting it.

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Bust out your Santa hat and come celebrate Christmas in July and find that perfect symbol of forever this Thursday, July 13th at Don's Jewelry in Clinton, IA.

Christmas In July At Don's Jewelry In Clinton

Join Connor Kenney and B100 this Thursday, July 13th at Don's Jewelry (200 Main Ave, Clinton, IA) from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. as we celebrate Christmas in July. There will be a Christmas tree, holiday lights, holiday prices on most things in the store, and maybe some a surprise appearance from Santa Claus himself.

We hope you get into the holiday spirit by wearing a Santa Claus hat and/or something that screams Christmas smack dab in the middle of July.

Plus, you'll be able to get 20% off of almost everything in the store at Don's Jewelry. See the flyer below for all the incredible deals happening all month long and keep scrolling to see what you could win while B100 is at Don's on Thursday...

Stop by Don's Jewelry in Clinton on Thursday between 11-1 p.m. while B100 is there and sign up to win a Christmas Charm Bracelet. If you show up wearing Christmas attire, you'll get two entries!

Ho, ho, ho! Naughty or nice, we'll see you at the jewelry store selling the hottest ice (diamonds that is) this Thursday! Don's Jewelry, 200 Main Ave, Clinton.

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