Jeweler, Jeff Dennis, will hand out 10′s of thousands of dollars in refunds after losing Iron Bowl football game bet.
*If you are getting engaged and bought your jeweler at an Alabama jewelry store, you may be eligible for a refund of your money spent on the ring.
Now you might think that this offer would break the jewelry store, but it really made cash for the jeweler.
Jeff Dennis of Jeff Dennis Jewelers made a bet that he could not lose when he offered his customers refunds if they purchased anything between Nov. 16 to 23 if either side in the Iron Bowl game between Alabama and Auburn was shut out.
Quarterback Cam Newton #2 of the Auburn Tigers rushes against the Alabama Crimson Tide at Bryant-Denny Stadium on November 26, 2010 in Tuscaloosa, Alabama.
*The University of Alabama has fired an employee who played songs aimed at Auburn quarterback Cameron Newton before the Iron Bowl, according to ESPN and the Tuscaloosa News.
University spokeswoman Debbie Lane said Monday that the part-time staffer was fired for the unauthorized songs. “Take the Money and Run” and “Son of a Preacher Man” were played while Newton and the Tigers warmed up.
The NCAA has been investigating allegations that Newton’s father, a pastor, solicited $180,000 from Mississippi State during recruiting.
Lane said in a statement that all music and videos played in the stadium before and during games have to be approved by a senior athletic administrator. She said the staffer — who was not named — didn’t get those songs cleared.