2nd Benefit Day: Guy & Eva Jewelry

Guy & Eva started out as a fashion jewelry line sold in boutiques and specialty stores. With high quality and affordable prices, our pieces quickly graced celebrities and fashion magazines alike.

Over the next couple of years, we received inquiries from people who were interested in personally selling our line. After much consideration, we decided to embark into direct sales – and create an opportunity for women everywhere to own their own genuine Guy & Eva business. So with our future Advisors and customers in mind, we built an unparalleled compensation plan, a stunning new collection with incredible value, and a support program second to none.

Since moving into direct sales on August 19, 2009, the response has been overwhelming, and we’ve been honored to meet some amazing people along the way. But, this is just the start – we’d love for you to be part of the Guy & Eva story! Whether it’s shopping for our jewelry, hosting a jewelry party, or joining us as an Advisor, we can’t wait to get to know you.

At Guy & Eva, our mission is simple:

1. Create an amazing jewelry shopping experience
2. Deliver extraordinary service
3. Empower our Advisors to reach new heights of success

We’re passionate about these three things, and it’s what drives us every day.

You are bidding on this gorgeous set:

Athena Bracelet

Blair set


Value: $94

To browse or shop the current Guy and Eva collection please visit www.guyandeva.com/erinbittner

If you wish to purchase an item please enter party #3550

20% will be donated to Mercy House

If you have any questions or would like to start your own Guy and Eva business please contact me at erinsguyandeva@gmail.com

To bid on the item in this post, please leave a comment with your bid amount. Please leave a current email address in case you have the final bid. Winners will be announced on Nov. 11 and payment can be made via Paypal or by check. All bids close by 11pm CST on Nov. 9. There is no minimum bid.

100% of the proceeds from the Mercy Benefit Day will go to the work of Mercy House. The Mercy House exists to provide alternative options for pregnant girls living in the streets of Kenya. The Mercy House will aid them in nutrition, housing, prenatal care, counseling, Biblical teaching and job skills for sustainable living. The Mercy House has approved 501c3 status.


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