July 1, 2014
Seahawks owner Paul Allen will award 12 replica rings to 12 fans who submit photos of their “Virtual Super Bowl Ring” using the Seahawks mobile app.
Seahawks players and coaches received their Super Bowl XLVIII championship rings in a special ceremony back on June 19 at the EMP Museum in downtown Seattle, but now Seahawks owner Paul Allen is offering 12 lucky 12s a chance to win a replica of the ring which signifies the capture of the first Lombardi Trophy in franchise history.
While the replica rings are a far cry from the diamond studded versions the players received, the replica rings are made by Tiffany, the same company that produced the player’s rings.
The replica rings are made of sterling silver and don’t contain any diamonds.
For the technologically-challenged (like me), trying to decipher Allen’s latest tweet, here’s some help:
First, you’ll need to download or update the current version of the Seahawks mobile app for your iOS (iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad), Android, Blackberry, or Windows Phone device at Seahawks.com/mobile.
Next, take a photo using the application’s new “Virtual Super Bowl Ring” feature.
Last, share that virtual bling on social media using the hashtag ‘#SuperBowlRing’ for your chance to win.