As we continue our 2013 Pledge Drive – Light the Beacons – you may be wondering if we are receiving any corporate support.The answer is a decisive ‘Yes!’ Over the years, we’ve been privileged to establish amazing relationships with some very reputable and worthwhile corporate entities. Those entities are now popping up to lend their support to TheOneRing.net with a financial commitment.
So without further delay, we’d like to announce our first corporate donation is from Badali Jewelry – the amazing proprietors of quality hand-crafted jewelry-art, and unique and original custom jewelry. While we know them for their amazing line-up of officially licensed Tolkien related items, they also feature other great properties like have an amazing offering of other categories. From the wonderfully witty Geek Tags, to their Zodiac offerings.
We need to be clear – Badali has contributed financially to our drive. They are simply supporting TheOneRing.net, just like you have with your pledges. So please take a moment to visit their online store at BadaliJewelry.com and make a purchase. Support those businesses that are sharing in the goodwill of our community and helping keep TheOneRing.net online and thriving for years to come.
As an added incentive, and in celebration of Bilbo and Frodo’s combined birthday, Badali has sent us a 15% off coupon for their entire site. Simply use code BILBO at checkout. It will be good until September 30th.
TheOneRing.net would like to formally thank Badali Jewelry for their continued support of TheOneRing.net!
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First off, we’d like to continue to send our prayers and well wishes to all our friends in NZ, who once again are dealing with a significant earthquake.
Over on the west coast of the US, the last San Diego Comic-Con is upon on us. Our LIVE stream, sponsored by Badali Jewelry, will be running all day long, starting at 10am PT. Our LIVE coverage subsite features staff updates from the twitterverse, facebook, instagram and vine (#tornlive #sdcc #smaugcon @theonering.net). That means you get to see real time photos and mini-videos all day long as we countdown to the end of the show. And of course, you can chat right as you watch the live stream in either ustream or Barlimans!
Don’t forget about some of the great opportunities available until the end of the day…
- Enter the $800 Dark Rider of Morder Giveaway from SideshowCollectibles.com [Details]
- Save 15% OFF everything from BadaliJewelry.com with promo code SMAUG.
- Snag the ‘We Can Do It!’ Poster and other great Comic-Con items from our own shop.theonering.net
- Don’t forget to send your support for our LIVE events. If you appreciated our coverage, please consider a donation.
If you have a moment, use our comments section to tell us what you thought of our coverage! [Live Coverage]
If you have been following our LIVE stream coverage from Comic-Con 2013, you may have noticed we experienced a few technical hiccups with the video stream yesterday. Well, thanks to our long time friends at Badali Jewelry, we can now say those technical woes are behind us! With their support as our major stream sponsor, we can now bring you full coverage for the remaining two days of the event.
And possibly even more exciting news for collectors…they have given us an exclusive 15% OFF coupon to use both on the Comic-Con floor and online at their website badalijewelry.com. Simply use the code ‘SMAUG‘ during checkout and your discount will be applied. The offer is good until the end of the monthy, so act fast!
Badali was the first advertiser on TheOneRing.net way back in 1999. We are so privileged to have their continued support today. Please visit their site and build up your own collections with their amazing products and offerings!
In case you missed our post earlier, we’ve listed all of their Comic-Con specials here.
[Badali Jewelry] [Live Coverage]
DragonCon, one of the best fantasy and science fiction events in the world, concluded Monday in Atlanta, Georgia and while concluded, it will not be forgotten.
The convention, that gathers fans from the far reaches of the globe, is likely the last one before filming begins on Guillermo del Toro’s “The Hobbit,” and discussion and anticipation for the forthcoming pair of films adapting J.R.R. Tolkien’s book was a definite part of the landscape of the annual convention. Continue reading “DragonCon flies away for 2009”